Fasciae and Ligaments 3D

  • Buck's Fascia
    • * Found beneath Colles' fascia.
    • * Encases the corpus cavernosum of the penis.
    • * Vital for maintaining penile rigidity during erection.

 

  • Suspensory Ligament of the Penis
    • * Connects the pubic symphysis to the dorsum of penis.
    • * Supports the penis and contributes to its upright position..

 

  • Fundiform Ligament​​​​​​​
    • * Joins the pubic symphysis to the ventral penis.
    • * Aids in maintaining penile position and facilitating erection..

 

  • Tunica Albuginea​​​​​​​
    • * Dense connective tissue layer surrounding the corpora cavernosa.
    • * Provides structural integrity and contributes to erection by limiting venous outflow.                                                                                                          
  • Tunica Vaginalis​​​​​​​
    • * Serous membrane enclosing the testes.
    • * Composed of visceral and parietal layers with a small fluid-filled space in between.

 

  • Processes Vaginalis​​​​​​​
    • * Embryonic outpouching of the peritoneum extending into the scrotum.
    • * Form the potential space for the testes and epididymis within the scrotal sac.

 

  • Gubernaculum​​​​​​​
    • * Embryonic structure aiding in testicular descent.
    • * Connects the developing testes to the scrotal region.

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  • Buck's Fascia
    • * Found beneath Colles' fascia.
    • * Encases the corpus cavernosum of the penis.
    • * Vital for maintaining penile rigidity during erection.

 

  • Suspensory Ligament of the Penis
    • * Connects the pubic symphysis to the dorsum of penis.
    • * Supports the penis and contributes to its upright position..

 

  • Fundiform Ligament​​​​​​​
    • * Joins the pubic symphysis to the ventral penis.
    • * Aids in maintaining penile position and facilitating erection..

 

  • Tunica Albuginea​​​​​​​
    • * Dense connective tissue layer surrounding the corpora cavernosa.
    • * Provides structural integrity and contributes to erection by limiting venous outflow.                                                                                                          
  • Tunica Vaginalis​​​​​​​
    • * Serous membrane enclosing the testes.
    • * Composed of visceral and parietal layers with a small fluid-filled space in between.

 

  • Processes Vaginalis​​​​​​​
    • * Embryonic outpouching of the peritoneum extending into the scrotum.
    • * Form the potential space for the testes and epididymis within the scrotal sac.

 

  • Gubernaculum​​​​​​​
    • * Embryonic structure aiding in testicular descent.
    • * Connects the developing testes to the scrotal region.

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