parietal pelvic fascia

pa·ri·e·tal pel·vic fas·ci·a

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including the obturator fascia, covers the pelvic walls formed primarily by muscles that pass from the interior of the pelvis to the thigh.
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The sacral plexus is placed on the piriformis muscle covered by the parietal pelvic fascia. The sciatic nerve and pudendal nerve arise from sacral plexus (28).
An incision was then made at the right leaf of the sigmoid mesocolon, and the avascular plane between the visceral and parietal pelvic fascia was entered.