Posted by Daniel on October 11, 2017 at 08:14:47:
In Reply to: Pelvic Viscera Part I. posted by lae2 on October 10, 2017 at 10:49:17:
: 1. The retropubic space provides surgical access to the pubovesical ligament without the need to enter the peritoneal cavity.
True, not sure.
: 2. The seminal vesicle lies posterior to the bladder and medial to the ampulla of the vas deferens.
True, it does lie posterior, not positive about the ampulla.
: 3. The rectouterine pouch is a subperitoneal space posterior to the fundus of the uterus and anterior to the rectum.
: 4. The vesicouterine pouch is a subperitoneal space posterior to the bladder and anterior to the uterus.
: 5. The most inferior extent of the peritoneal cavity in the female is the vesicouterine pouch.
: 6. The rectovesicle pouch is unique to the male.
: 7. The presacral pouch contains the inferior hypogastric and the sacral plexuses.
: 8. The cardinal ligament (lateral sacral ligament, Mackenrodt ligament) is derived from pelvic visceral fascia.
Im gonna go with false.
: 9. The puboprostatic ligament is derived from Scarpa's fascia.
: 10. The pubosacral ligamentous complex is derived from parietal pelvic fascia.
: 11. Perivisceral fascia is derived from pelvic visceral fascia.
: 12. Pelvic visceral fascia is continuous with extraperitoneal connective tissue.
True, aren't they synonymous?
: 13. Periprostatic fascia is thickened at the posterior prostate and, at this location, is known as the fascia of Denonvillier.
: 14. The prostatic venous plexus is within periprostatic fascia.
: 15. The arcus tendineus is derived from parietal pelvic fascia (watch out here).
False, Obturator internus fascia?
: 16. Parietal pelvic fascia is continuous with transversalis fascia.
: 17. The inferior fascia of the pelvic diaphragm is pelvic parietal fascia.
: 18. Contained within the broad ligament are two named fibrous ligaments.
True, cardinal, round?
: 19. Lymphatic channels passing through the broad ligament communicate with upper lumber nodes and superficial inguinal nodes.
: 20. Visceral and fibrous ligaments contribute to stabilizing the uterus.
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