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Fundal branch  Twigs to round ligament  Tubal branch  Ovarian anastomotic branch. Vaginal artery Origin: The vaginal artery arises either from the uterine artery or directly from the anterior division of 13-11-2013 11:05:18 Chapter 2  Blood Vessels, Lymphatic Drainage and Innervation of Pelvic Organs Other arteries contributing to azygos arteries are: (i) Descending cervical, (ii) Circular artery to the cervix, (iii) Inferior vesical, and (iv) Internal pudendal. Vesical arteries: These are variable in number.

1). DEVELOPMENT OF INTERNAL GENITAL ORGANS Fig. 2: Diagrammatic representation showing develop­ ment of male reproductive systems from the primitive genital ducts. Vestigial structures are also shown (see p. 39) tion is known as genital tubercle, which ultimately differentiates into the clitoris. Development up to this stage is the same in the male and the female (50 mm CR length, 10 weeks). 1). ♦♦ Clitoris is developed from the genital tubercle. ♦♦ Labia minora are developed from the genital folds.

Rectovaginal septum (RVS) (Fascia of Denonvilliers’). It is also a fibroelastic connective tissue with few smooth muscle fibers. Extension: It is an extension of endopelvic fascia. It extends between the posterior vaginal wall and anterior wall of the rectum. This fibroelastic connective tissue fuses below with the perineal body, centrally with the pericervical ring, laterally to the arcus tendineus fascia, Mackenrodt’s ligament and posteriorly with the uterosacral ligaments. indd 23 23 Function: It supports the posterior vaginal wall, stabilizes the rectum and the perineum.

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