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Fimbria

Fallopian Ovary

Tube

Ureter



Broad
ligament

Rectum
Vagina





Bladder
Pubic bone

Clitorsis Vestibular Gland

Greater vestibular
gland

Questions
1. What does the board ligament contain?
2. What ligaments support the vagina?

Note: The Bartholin's glands (also called Bartholin glands or greater vestibular glands) are two
pea sized compound cluster glands located slightly posterior and to the left and right of the opening
of the vagina. They secrete mucus to lubricate the vagina and are homologous to bulbourethral
glands in males.

Cervix
Question
Fonices
of vagina Uterus
1. List the
ligaments of
Vesicouterine the uterus

pouch
Rectum




Bladder

Vag



ina


Pubic
symphysis
Anal
canal
External anal sphincter Urethra
External
iliac
vessels





Bladder Prostatic
Urogenital
diaphragm Pubic
urethra
symphysis
Ejaculatory
duct
Suspensory Prostate gland
ligament


Anal canal

Scrotum
Anal sphincters
Membranous urethra







Colon
(Hepatic

flexure)


Ureter




Bladder

Rectum
Pu
bi

Corpus c b
on
cavernosum e Ampulla of ductus deferens
Prostate
Pampiniform plexus (blue)
Testicular A. (red)
Penile urethra
Scrotum
Epididymis
Glans penis Testes
Seminal vesicle


eferens

Linea Alba?
Ductus d

Bladder
Prostate

Urete


Pu
bi
c s
ym
ph
y sis



Scrotum









Cervix


Uterus

Rectum




Fornices of
the vagina

Bladder
Vagi

Pubic
na

symphysis
Anal Canal



Labia minora
Urethra

















Esophagus


Suprarenal
Adrenal Vein
glands

Cortex of Spleen
kidney
IVC
Renal
pyramid
Abdominal
aorta

Renal

columns
Renal vessels:

artery and
vein
Gonadal

vessels


Ureters
Common
iliac
vessels








Adrenal
glands
Hilum: Spleen
Enter renal
vessels Suprarenal
IVC

vein

Abdominal aorta
Right gonadal
vessels Ureter