Fascia pelvis | definition of fascia pelvis by Medical dictionary
pelvic fascia (redirected from fascia pelvis)
pel·vic fas·ci·a [TA]
includes parietal and visceral components: the fascia pelvis parietalis and the fascia pelvis visceralis.
pel·vic fas·cia (pel'vik fash'ē-ă) [TA]
General term for the fascia lining the pelvic cavity (fascia pelvis parietalis) and investing the pelvic viscera (fascia pelvis visceralis).
The fascia within the pelvic cavity. It is extremely important in maintaining normal strength in the pelvic floor. See: diaphragm, pelvic
References in periodicals archive
The true pubocervical fascia extends from the pubic bone anteriorly and laterally to the arcus tendineus fascia pelvis
The Gynecare Prosima Pelvic Floor Repair System (Ethicon) is the newest kit on the market, and via anterior compartment dissection to the ischial spines, it is placed up against the arcus tendineus fascia pelvis
rather than anchoring into it.
The first maternal injury to occur is typically a full-length right paravaginal defect as the pubovesicocervical fascia separates from the arcus tendineus fascia pelvis
, the ob.