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Main artery of the perineum, travels through the pudendal canal within the obturator fascia
S2, S3, and S4 roots, supplies structure in perineum
Part of the broad ligament ot the uterus. Covers the ovary
Muscle that compresses the corpus spongiosum
The analogue of the peritoneum in the testes
Branch of the posterior division of the internal iliac artery. Ascends anterior to the sacroiliac joint and posterior to common iliac vessels and psoas major
Branch off of the umbilical artery, supplies the superior aspect of the urinary bladder
Arises within pudendal canal and passes to superficial pouch to supply blood to the superficial perineal muscles and scrotum or vestibule
Muscle that forces blood into the distal parts of the corpus cavernosa
Branch of the posterior division of the internal iliac artery. Passes through greater sciatic foramen
Directly branches off abdominal aorta and descends over the sacrum
Occurs only in males, goes on to form the prostatic artery
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The tough fibrous outer surface of the testes
A portion of L4 unites with L5 to form this, which joins the sacral plexus
Veins that drain the testes into the testicular vein
Part of the broad ligament of the uterus. Covers the uterine tube
Branches off the posterior branch of the internal iliac artery and runs on anteromedial aspect of piriformis to send branches into pelvic sacral foramina
Branch of external iliac artery. Runs parallel to inguinal ligament to supply iliacus muscle
Thickening of the obturator fascia that provides attachment to the pelvic diaphragm muscles
Makes up the majority of the broad ligament of the uterus
Name for the muscle of the bladder
Branch of the anterior division of the internal iliac artery. Exits pelvis via infrapiriform part of the greater sciatic foramen
Continuation of the external oblique aponeurosis into the scrotum
Gland lying on each side of the vestibule in the femal. Partially surrounded by the bulbospongiosus muscle

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