presacral fascia

presacral fascia

[TA]
layer of endopelvic fascia passing between sacrum and rectum, forming the anterior boundary of the presacral (retrorectal) fascial space, in which the hypogastric nervous plexus is embedded.

presacral fascia

a layer of parietal pelvic fascia between the sacrum and the rectum in which the superior and inferior hypogastric plexuses are imbedded.

pre·sa·cral fas·ci·a

(prē-sā'krăl fash'ē-ă) [TA]
Layer of endopelvic fascia passing between sacrum and rectum, forming the anterior boundary of the presacral (retrorectal) fascial space, in which the hypogastric nervous plexus is embedded.
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Surgical Techniques: Karydakis technique after removal of the pilonidal focus with an incision 3cm wider on either (right or left) side of the midline, the subcutaneous tissue under the medial part of the incision was dissected free superficial to the postsacral fascia enabling it to be mobi-lized and the wound was closed primary by 2-0 polypro-pylene sutures incorporating the presacral fascia.
That was the conclusion of a pilot study of the pull-out strength of presacral fascia in 11 female cadavers.
Scotti and his associates used a 30-pound push pull force gauge transducer to measure the breaking force of the presacral fascia at different levels in the cadavers.