pudendal canal

(redirected from canalis pudendalis)

pu·den·dal ca·nal

[TA]
the space within the obturator internus fascia lining the lateral wall of the ischioanal (ischiorectal) fossa that transmits the pudendal vessels and internal pudendal nerves; the perineal nerve arises within the canal.
Synonym(s): canalis pudendalis [TA], Alcock canal

pudendal canal

pu·den·dal ca·nal

(pyū-den'dăl kă-nal') [TA]
The space within the obturator internus fascia lining the lateral wall of the ischiorectal fossa that transmits the pudendal vessels and nerves.
Synonym(s): canalis pudendalis [TA] .

Alcock,

Benjamin, Irish anatomist, 1801–.
Alcock bag
Alcock bladder syringe
Alcock canal - the space within the obturator internus fascia lining the lateral wall of the ischiorectal fossa that transmits the pudendal vessels and nerves. Synonym(s): pudendal canal
Alcock catheter
Alcock catheter adapter
Alcock catheter plug
Alcock hemostatic bag
Alcock hemostatic catheter
Alcock lithotrite
Alcock obturator