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Anatomy Atlases: Atlas of Human Anatomy: Plate 36: Figure 4

Atlas of Human Anatomy

The outer and inner parts of male sex organs, after removal of the left half of the pelvis.

Translated by: Ronald A. Bergman, PhD and Adel K. Afifi, MD, MS
Peer Review Status: Internally Peer Reviewed

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The outer and inner parts of male sex organs

a) Fifth lumbar vertebra.
b) Sacrum.
c) Coccyx.
d) Pubis.
e) Rectum.
f) Urinary bladder.
g) Ureter.
h) Peritoneum.
i) Penis.
k) Corpus cavernosum of penis with m. ischiocavernosus.
l) Urethra.
m) Bulbar urethra (with m. bulbocavernosus).
n) Isthmus (s. pars membraneous urethra).
o) Prostate (with pars prostatica urethrae).
p) Seminal vesicle.
q) Vas deferens.
r) Epididymus .
s) Testicle.
t) Tunica vaginalis (propria testiculi).
u) Spermatic cord (with artery vein and testicular nerve).
v) Bulbouretheral gland (s. glandula Cowperi).
w) m. External anal sphincter.
x) m. Levator ani.
y) Anus.
z) Suspensory ligament of penis.

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