superficial transverse perineal muscle

(redirected from musculus transversus perinei superficialis)

su·per·fi·cial trans·verse per·i·ne·al mus·cle

[TA]
an inconstant muscle of the urogenital triangle; origin, ramus of ischium; insertion, central tendon of perineum acting with other perineal muscles to resist increased intrapelvic pressure; action, draws back and fixes the central tendon of the perineum; nerve supply, pudendal (perineal).

su·per·fi·cial trans·verse per·i·ne·al muscle

(sū'pĕr-fish'ăl trans-vĕrs' per'i-nē'ăl mŭs'ĕl) [TA]
An inconstant muscle; origin, ramus of ischium; insertion, central tendon of perineum; action, draws back and fixes the central tendon of the perineum; nerve supply, pudendal (perineal).
Synonym(s): musculus transversus perinei superficialis [TA] .

Theile,

Friedrich W., German anatomist, 1801-1879.
Theile canal - a passage in the pericardial sac between the origins of the great vessels, formed as a result of the flexure of the heart tube. Synonym(s): transverse pericardial sinus
Theile glands - small, mucous, tubuloalveolar glands in the mucosa of the larger bile ducts and especially in the neck of the gallbladder. Synonym(s): glands of biliary mucosa
Theile muscle - Synonym(s): superficial transverse perineal muscle
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