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The upper end begins at the level of the middle of the symphysis pubis, where it is surrounded by dense fascia and the vesical plexus of veins. It extends downward and forward in a gentle curve to terminate posterior to the lower border of the symphysis pubis. Intact pubourethral ligamentous and muscular attachments aid in stabilizing the urethra to its normal 56 anatomic position and help maintain continence. Posteriorly, the urethra is applied closely to the anterior vaginal wall, from which its upper half is separated by dense connective tissue and blood vessels.
FB: Finger breadth. between the extended middle finger and the flexed first and second fingers, allowing partial admission of these two fingers posteriorly into the vagina to increase the reach of the examining fingers. When positioning the patient, ask her to place her fists under her buttocks. This will decrease the angle between the pelvis and the examining table and thus increase the efficiency of the small examining hand. Until the 1950s, assessment of the gravida’s pelvic capacity by external measurements was a routine procedure.
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