pelvic fascia

(redirected from fascia pelvica)

pel·vic fas·ci·a

[TA]
includes parietal and visceral components: the fascia pelvis parietalis and the fascia pelvis visceralis.
Synonym(s): fascia pelvis [TA], fascia pelvica
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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).
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pelvic fascia

The fascia within the pelvic cavity. It is extremely important in maintaining normal strength in the pelvic floor.
See: diaphragm, pelvic
See also: fascia
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