pubovesical


pubovesical
Relating to the pubic bone and the bladder.

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pu·bo·ves·i·cal (pu″bo-vesґĭ-kəl) vesicopubic.

Medical dictionary. 2011.

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  • Pubovesical ligament — Infobox Ligament Name = Pubovesical ligament Latin = ligamentum pubovesicale GraySubject = GrayPage = Caption = Caption2 = From = bladder To = pubis System = MeshName = MeshNumber = DorlandsPre = l 09 DorlandsSuf = 12492902 The Pubovesical… …   Wikipedia

  • pubovesical ligament — pu·bo·ves·i·cal ligament .pyü bō ves i kəl n any of three strands of pelvic fascia in the female that correspond to the puboprostatic ligament in the male and that support the bladder passing from its neck to the pubic symphysis or to the pubis… …   Medical dictionary

  • pubovesical ligament lateral — ligamentum laterale pubovesicale …   Medical dictionary

  • pubovesical ligament medial — ligamentum pubovesicale mediale …   Medical dictionary

  • pubovesical muscle — pubovesicalis muscle musculus pubovesicalis …   Medical dictionary

  • Medial pubovesical ligament — Ligament: Medial pubovesical ligament Latin ligamentum pubovesicale mediale From bladder To pubis Dorlands/Elsevier …   Wikipedia

  • Lateral pubovesical ligament — Infobox Ligament Name = Lateral pubovesical ligament Latin = ligamentum laterale pubovesicale GraySubject = GrayPage = Caption = Caption2 = From = bladder To = tendinous arch System = MeshName = MeshNumber = DorlandsPre = l 09 DorlandsSuf =… …   Wikipedia

  • Ligament — A ligament is a tough band of connective tissue that connects various structures such as two bones. Ligament is a fitting term; it comes from the Latin ligare meaning to bind or tie. * * * 1. A band or sheet of fibrous tissue connecting two or… …   Medical dictionary

  • Fascia — Infobox Anatomy Name = Fascia Latin = fascia GraySubject = 104 GrayPage = Caption = The rectus sheath and the thoracolumbar fascia provide strong fascial support between the bottom of the ribcage and the top of the pelvis. Caption2 = Fascia… …   Wikipedia

  • Muscle — is the tissue of the body which primarily functions as a source of power. There are three types of muscle in the body. Muscle which is responsible for moving extremities and external areas of the body is called "skeletal muscle." Heart… …   Medical dictionary


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