What is Paracolpos?


Fascia of pelvic organs Pelvic fascia extends to cover the organs within the pelvis. It is attached to the fascia that runs along the pelvic floor along the tendinous arch. At the back, the fascia passes to the side of the rectum; it forms a loose sheath for the rectum, but is firmly attached around the anal canal.

Beside above, what does the pelvic floor do? A woman’s pelvic floor muscles support her bladder, womb (uterus) and bowel (colon). The urine tube (front passage), the vagina and the back passage all pass through the pelvic floor muscles. Your pelvic floor muscles help you to control your bladder and bowel. They also help sexual function.

Likewise, people ask, what is a Parametrium?

The parametrium is the fibrous tissue that separates the supravaginal portion of the cervix from the bladder. The parametrium (called cervical stroma in some texts) lies in front of the cervix and extends laterally between the layers of the broad ligaments.

What is the cardinal ligament?

The cardinal ligament (or Mackenrodt’s ligament, lateral cervical ligament, or transverse cervical ligament) is a major ligament of the uterus. It is located at the base of the broad ligament of the uterus. There are a pair of cardinal ligaments in the female human body.

What two muscles form the pelvic diaphragm?

On each side, the pelvic diaphragm is formed by two most unequal muscles, the small coccygeus muscle behind, and the much larger and more important levator ani muscle in front. Here’s the coccygeus muscle. It runs from the ischial spine, to the edge of the lower sacrum and coccyx.

What is Endopelvic fascia?

The endopelvic fascia is a confluent suspensory apparatus of the female pelvic organs. The endopelvic fascia has the shape of a semifrontally oriented septum, which surrounds the vagina and part of the uterine cervix and divides the pelvic floor into the anterior and posterior compartments.

What are the 4 diaphragms?

There are 4 major diaphragms in the body: the cranial base, thoracic inlet, respiratory diaphragm, and pelvic floor. They occurred at the junctions where the regions of the vertebrae change function. Each diaphragm is unique, stretches from the front of the body, to the back.

What is the fascia?

A fascia (/ˈfæ?(i)?/; plural fasciae /ˈfæ?ii/; adjective fascial; from Latin: “band”) is a band or sheet of connective tissue, primarily collagen, beneath the skin that attaches, stabilizes, encloses, and separates muscles and other internal organs.

Where is the pelvic diaphragm?

The pelvic diaphragm is a wide but thin muscular layer of tissue that forms the inferior border of the abdominopelvic cavity. Composed of a broad, funnel-shaped sling of fascia and muscle, it extends from the symphysis pubis to the coccyx and from one lateral sidewall to the other.

What muscles support pelvic viscera?

pelvic floor

What is perineal body?

The perineal body (or central tendon of perineum) is a pyramidal fibromuscular mass in the middle line of the perineum at the junction between the urogenital triangle and the anal triangle. It is found in both males and females.

What is the urogenital triangle?

Urogenital Triangle. The urogenital triangle is the anterior half of the perineum. It is bounded by the pubic symphysis, ischiopubic rami, and a theorectical line between the two ischial tuberosities. The triangle is associated with the structures of the urogenital system – the external genitalia and urethra.

Where is the Perimetrium located?

The perimetrium is the tunica serosa of the uterus. It has the typical composition of loose connective tissue, but contains a large number of lymphatic vessels. The stratum vasculare is a layer of large blood vessels located between the inner and outer layers of smooth muscle of the myometrium.

What type of muscle is the uterus?

smooth muscle

How do you assess Parametrium?

Pelvis: Bimanual Exam Technique. Place your other hand midway between the umbilicus and the symphysis pubis and press downward toward the pelvic hand. Using the palmar surface of your fingers, palpate for the uterine fundus while gently pushing the cervix anteriorly with the pelvic hand. Feel the uterus and note. Size.

What are the 3 layers of the uterus?

The thick wall of the uterus has 3 layers: The endometrium is the inner layer that lines the uterus. It is made up of glandular cells that make secretions. The myometrium is the middle and thickest layer of the uterus wall. It is made up mostly of smooth muscle. The perimetrium is the outer serous layer of the uterus.

Is the Perimetrium shed during menstruation?

The endometrial lining is either reabsorbed (estrous cycle) or shed (menstrual cycle). Menstruation may be accompanied by a series of uterine contractions; these help expel the menstrual endometrium. In case of implantation, however, the endometrial lining is neither absorbed nor shed.

What is Extrafascial hysterectomy?

The extrafascial technique permits removal of the intact uterine fundus and cervix, leaving the parametrial soft tissues or a portion of the upper vagina. Extrafascial hysterectomy can be accomplished through an abdominal incision, transvaginally, or by using a combination of laparoscopic and transvaginal techniques.