By Werner Lierse (auth.)
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In this part the internal oblique and transversus abdominis muscles come from the anterior superior iliac spines and the inguinal ligaments. The fibers that pull ventrally from the rectus abdominis can shorten more than those that pull dorsally from it. Ventral fibers produce a pressure component directed inward at right angles to the surface. The dorsal fibers display an almost wholly transverse course even at rest. They cannot exert any force in a sagittal direction when they contract. The pressure component in the direction of the center of the abdominal cavity approaches nil.
Sex Differences XVII. Shaping of the Pelvis; Sex Differences The fetal pelvis does not resemble the adult's. The major changes in pelvic shape are as follows: In the third fetal month the transverse diameter of the pelvic inlet is the longest. There is still no pronounced lumbosacral curvature or obvious promontory. Absence or insignificance of a promontory is the main characteristic of the pelvis in the fetus and on into the second year. In general, the younger the pelvis, the less developed the promontory.
The free dorsal border merges with the central r-=~~~~,-----Bllbospongio," m. Fa'>Cia of i hiOC'J\(:mmu, m. :t:lbulum -~. ;;-:~ Deep fa,d" of pcl' IC dIaphragm -7:-:=-::=~ acrotubcrous ligament - -- - - I,chial pmc Fig. 33. Muscles and fasciae of the pelvic floor - perineal region Pelvic Floor Musculature 42 perineal tendon; on each side it extends to the ischial tuberosity. The deep transverse perineal muscle is merged with the external urethral sphincter and the urogenital sphincter of KALISCHER (which embraces BARTHOLIN'S glands).
Applied Anatomy of the Pelvis by Werner Lierse (auth.)