Lesser pelvis; roll over mouse

There are seven artificial (imaginary) layers of the pelvis by dissection from below at the pelvis as opposed from above from the lower abdomen.

 

Layer 1: Skin of anterior abdominal wall below the umbilicus to the perineum.

It carries the skin of the external genitalia containing

Male

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bullet Scrotum

 

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Pelvic layers

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LAYERS FROM PELVIS

 

Male pelvis

Layer 1: Skin of male/female pelvis

Layer 2: Superficial fascia below the umbilicus

Layer 3: Intermediate dissection of pelvis /Pelvic fascia

Layer 4: Deep layer of pelvis/Pelvic inlet/greater pelvis

Layer 5: Deepest layer of pelvis/Pelvic vessels and nerves
Layer 6: Pelvic floor layer
Layer 7:
Layer of bones of pelvis

 

Female pelvis

Layer 1: Skin of male/female pelvis

Layer 2: Pelvic fascia

Layer 3: Greater pelvis
Layer 4: Lesser pelvis

Layer 5: Pelvic floor

Layer 6: Pelvic bones

 

 

 

DIGITAL LOCATOR OF MALE PELVIS: Layer 1 Skin of pelvis- anterior abdominal wall and perineum). Layer 2- Superficial aspect of pelvis.  Layer 3 - intermediate ion of male pelvis. Layer  4 - deep dissection of male pelvisLayer 5- deepest layer of male pelvis. Layer 6- layer of pelvic floor of male pelvis. Layer  7 - layer of pelvic bones

Layer 1 Skin of pelvis

 

 

 

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Lymphatic drainage
Organ integration
Clinical anatomy
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Lesser pelvis
Pelvic canal
Pelvic cavity
Pelvic corridor
Pelvic girdle
Pelvis

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Sacrococcygeal joint

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Pelvic examination
Injuries to sacrum
Injuries to coccyx
Injuries to hip bone
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