superficial transverse perineal muscle

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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Perineal hernia is one of the rare hernias which can occur anteriorly or posteriorly to the superficial transverse perineal muscle. Even though the precise mechanism for the development of perineal hernia is unknown, failure of regression of the peritoneal cul de sac of the embryo and the attenuation of the pelvic floor by various contributing factors have been suggested [10].
Anatomically, in women, the perineal body separates the anal canal from the urogenital diaphragm in the median plane where the deep bulbospongiosus and superficial transverse perineal muscles meet the external anal sphincter (EAS).
Fused anteriorly to the posterior vaginal wall and attached laterally to the perineal membrane and bulbocavernosus and superficial transverse perineal muscles, a significant portion of what is clinically called the perineal body is actually the muscle of the external anal sphincter.

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