Lesser pelvis; roll over mouse

 

There are six artificial (imaginary) layers of the female perineum by dissection as follows

 

Layer 1: Skin of female perineum

External genitalia containing

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bullet Vulva
bullet Clitoris
bullet Vestibule
bullet Labia majora
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bullet Hymen

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scrotum 2 testis in scrotum  3  median raphe 4 perineum 5 anus 

DIGITAL LOCATOR OF FEMALE PERINEUM: Layer 1 Layer of skin of female perineum. Layer 2 Layer of superficial fascia of female perineum. Layer 3 Layer of superficial muscles in superficial perineal pouch of female perineum. Layer 4 Layer of intermediate muscles in deep perineal pouch of female perineum. Layer 5 Layer of deep muscles in deep perineal pouch of female perineum. Layer 6 Pelvic outlet as margins of perineum. Rollover mouse to label, click to display page.


Pelvic layers

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