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Actual and Potential Perineopelvic Spaces Anatomy


Actual and Potential Perineopelvic Spaces Anatomy
Sagittal section, Visceral peritoneum, Vesical fascia, Rectal fascia, Rectal fascia, Presacral fascia, Presacral space, Rectovesical or rectoprostatic (Denonvilliers’) fascia (septum), Levator ani muscle and fascia of pelvic diaphragm, Deep postanal space, Anococcygeal body (ligament), Superficial postanal space (part of perianal space), Submucous space, Perianal space, Bulbospongiosus muscle and deep perineal (Gallaudet’s) fascia, 

Superficial perineal compartment (space or pouch), Perineal membrane,, Deep transverse perineal muscle, and, Superficial transverse perineal muscle (cut away) to expose, Anterior recess of ischioanal fossa, Pus in ischioanal fossa, Preanal communication (inconstant) between right and left ischioanal fossae, Posterior communication between right and left ischioanal fossae via deep postanal space deep to anococcygeal body (ligament), Gluteus maximus muscle and, Sacrotuberous ligament (cut), Posterior recess of ischioanal fossa, Perineal view, Retropubic (prevesical) space (of Retzius), Retrovesical, Prerectal, Retroprostatic, Sphincter urethrae, Deep and superficial transverse perineal muscles, Deep, Superficial, Subcutaneous, Deep (Buck’s) fascia of penis, Superficial perineal (Colles’) fascia, External anal sphincter muscle*, Rectovesical space, Spread of perineal abscess in perineal spaces *Parts variable and often indistinct.
Actual and Potential Perineopelvic Spaces Anatomy