(Inferior aperture of lesser pelvis)

 

This is the inferior aperture of lesser pelvis and it runs from the inferior border of symphysis medially to the pubic arch and the ischiopubic ramus to reach the ischial tuberosity. It then joins the lower borders of  sacrotuberous and sacrospinous ligaments to reach the coccyx.

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Pelvic outlet is placed at Layer 11 of bones of female pelvis

 

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DIGITAL LOCATOR OF PELVIC OUTLET: Layer 1, skin of abdomen above the pelvic cavity; Layer 2 of fasciae of anterior abdominal wall; Layer 3 of rectus sheath; Layer 4 of parietal peritoneum and transversalis fascia; Layer 5 of peritoneal pelvic cavity; Layer 6 of pelvic peritoneum and fascia; Layer 7 of greater pelvis; Layer 8 of lesser pelvis; Layer 9 of pelvic floor; Layer 10 of joints and ligaments of pelvis; Layer 11 of bones of pelvis. Roll over mouse to label; click to display pages. Click blinking endpage to display pelvic outlet  page.


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