Female Pelvis Cross Section

Female Pelvis Cross Section. Formed by sacrum and 2 os coxae bones. Cross section of female pelvis through lower midportion of vagina. Made of durable high quality materials;

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Bounded by abdominal wall, base of sacrum, and iliac wings. Genital organs, bladder, rectum and tail bone are easily viewed. 6 1/4 x 2 3/4 x 5 1/2

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Diagram you can use very similar landmarks to orientate this cross section, exactly like in the male version. • select the “regions” tab and expand the “abdomen and pelvis” • expand “arteries” and then expand the “common iliac artery” • select the “internal iliac artery” and click “add & highlight” • use the index to add and highlight the uterus 6 isolate the arteries that feed the uterus by simplifying the dissection:

Start studying female pelvis muscles cross section. Perfect for patient and student education.

6 1/4 x 2 3/4 x 5 1/2 Perfect for patient and student education.

The blood vessels (bv) in connective tissue lateral to the vagina are shown. • select the “regions” tab and expand the “abdomen and pelvis” • expand “arteries” and then expand the “common iliac artery” • select the “internal iliac artery” and click “add & highlight” • use the index to add and highlight the uterus 6 isolate the arteries that feed the uterus by simplifying the dissection: Key card highlights the model’s anatomical features, such as the rectum, bladder, endometrium, urethra, posterior fornix of the vagina, cervix, uterine cavity, and more.

6 1/4 x 2 3/4 x 5 1/2 Formed by sacrum and 2 os coxae bones. Bounded by abdominal wall, base of sacrum, and iliac wings.

Made of durable high quality materials; Start studying female pelvis muscles cross section. Genital organs, bladder, rectum and tail bone are easily viewed.

Cross section of the female pelvis through distal end of coccyx: Note the convex configuration of the pubococygeus (pc). Quite evidently, the bony and muscular anatomy have not changed much in this image, since men and women have the exact same bones and muscles.

Perfect for patient and student education. Life size cross section of lower abdomen of human female. Bony landmark separating abdominal and pelvic cavity.

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