anococcygeal

anococcygeal

 [a″no-kok-sij´e-al]
pertaining to the anus and coccyx.

a·no·coc·cyg·e·al

(a'nō-kok-sij'ē-ăl),
Relating to both anus and coccyx.

a·no·coc·cyg·e·al

(ā'nō-kok-sij'ē-ăl)
Relating to both anus and coccyx.

anococcygeal

pertaining to the anus and coccyx.
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In accordance with the principles of a total mesorectal excision, the rectum was mobilized posteriorly down to the apex of the coccyx bone, and the anococcygeal ligament was divided.
Muscles of the Pelvic Floor Origin Insertion Pelvic Floor Muscle Coccygeus Pelvic surface of Side of the coccyx and the ischial spine lower sacrum Levator ani (LA) Posterior surface Anococcygeal raphe of the body of the and coccyx pubis, arcus tendineus levator ani, ischial spine Layers of the Levator Ani Illiococcygeus Arcus tendineus Anococcygeal raphe (IC) levator ani, and and the coccyx the ischial spine (clinically called the levator plate) Pubococcygeus Posterior aspect Passes backward along (PC) of the superior the puborectalis muscle pubic ramis and inserts into the anococcygeal and the superior surface of the coccyx.
Moreover, anococcygeal technique has severe risks such as rectum perforation and invasion by local tumour.
After subdermal infiltration at two sites anterior and posterior of the anal ring, the anococcygeal ligament is deeply infiltrated with 5 ml; 8 - 10 ml are injected into both ischioanal spaces while withdrawing the needle to anaesthetise the deep nerve endings.