Endopelvic part of the pelvic fascia

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Endopelvic part of the pelvic fascia
Gray403.png
Median sagittal section of pelvis, showing arrangement of fasciae.
Details
Latinfascia endopelvina
Identifiers
Gray'sp.422
TAA04.5.03.007
FMAFMA:19099
Anatomical terminology
 
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Endopelvic part of the pelvic fascia
Gray403.png
Median sagittal section of pelvis, showing arrangement of fasciae.
Details
Latinfascia endopelvina
Identifiers
Gray'sp.422
TAA04.5.03.007
FMAFMA:19099
Anatomical terminology

The endopelvic part of the pelvic fascia is continued over the various pelvic viscera to form for the fibrous coverings.

It is attached to the diaphragmatic part of the pelvic fascia along the tendinous arch, and has been subdivided in accordance with the viscera to which it is related:

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This article incorporates text from a public domain edition of Gray's Anatomy.