parietal pelvic fascia

(redirected from fascia endopelvina)

pa·ri·e·tal pel·vic fas·ci·a

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including the obturator fascia, covers the pelvic walls formed primarily by muscles that pass from the interior of the pelvis to the thigh.

parietal pelvic fascia

the layer of fascia surrounding the abdominal cavity, composed of transversalis fascia, the fascia covering muscle associated with the upper regions of the pelvic bones, and similar fascia covering the muscles of the pelvic cavity. Also called parietal endopelvic fascia.
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Reattach the fascia endopelvina to the arcus tendineus fascia of the pelvis.
The pubocervical fascia and the rectovaginal septum meet at their attachment to the pelvic sidewall at the level of arcus tendineus fascia of pelvis (the white line) and medial fascia of levator ani, forming the fascia endopelvina.
When the fascia endopelvina breaks off from the pelvic sidewalls, a paravaginal cystocele occurs.