Perineum 3D

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    • * The perineum is a diamond-shaped region, located between the pubic symphysis and the coccyx bone at the base of the spine.
    • * Is divided into two triangles: the urogenital triangle and the anal triangle.
    • * Is bounded by the pubic symphysis anteriorly, the ischiopubic rami anterolaterally, the ischial tuberosities laterally, the sacrotuberous ligaments posterolaterally, and the tip of the coccyx posteriorly.
    • * The pudendal nerve provides innervation to the perineum, which arises from the sacral plexus.
    • * The internal pudendal artery and vein supply blood to the perineum.

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  • Description                                                
    • * The perineum is a diamond-shaped region, located between the pubic symphysis and the coccyx bone at the base of the spine.
    • * Is divided into two triangles: the urogenital triangle and the anal triangle.
    • * Is bounded by the pubic symphysis anteriorly, the ischiopubic rami anterolaterally, the ischial tuberosities laterally, the sacrotuberous ligaments posterolaterally, and the tip of the coccyx posteriorly.
    • * The pudendal nerve provides innervation to the perineum, which arises from the sacral plexus.
    • * The internal pudendal artery and vein supply blood to the perineum.

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