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Nerves of Pelvic Viscera: Male

Anterior vagal trunk

Posterior vagal trunk and

Celiac branch

Inferior phrenic arteries and plexuses

Left gastric artery and gastric plexus

Celiac ganglia, plexus and trunk

Left aorticorenal ganglion

Superior mesenteric ganglion

Superior mesenteric artery and plexus

Intermesenteric (aortic) plexus

Inferior mesenteric ganglion, artery and plexus

Ureter and ureteric plexus

Superior hypogastric plexus

Superior rectal artery and plexus

Hypogastric nerves

Nerve from inferior hypogastric plexus to sigmoid and descending colon (parasympathetic)

Sacral splanchnic nerves (sympathetic)

Inferior hypogastric (pelvic) plexus

Obturator nerve and artery

Ductus deferens and plexus

Vesical plexus

Rectal plexus

Prostatic plexus

Cavernous nerves of penis

■T10 spinal nerve (anterior ramus) White and gray rami communicantes Greater

Lesser Least

Anterior vagal trunk

Inferior phrenic arteries and plexuses

Left gastric artery and gastric plexus

Celiac ganglia, plexus and trunk

Left aorticorenal ganglion

Superior mesenteric ganglion

Superior mesenteric artery and plexus

Intermesenteric (aortic) plexus

Inferior mesenteric ganglion, artery and plexus

Ureter and ureteric plexus

Superior hypogastric plexus

Superior rectal artery and plexus

Hypogastric nerves

Obturator nerve and artery

Ductus deferens and plexus

Vesical plexus

Rectal plexus

Prostatic plexus

Lesser Least

Rectal Nerve

Splanchnic nerves

Diaphragm

Left renal artery and plexus

L1 spinal nerve (anterior ramus)

Rami communicantes

--1st, 2nd, 3rd lumbar splanchnic nerves

Gray rami communicantes

Sympathetic trunk and ganglia

5th lumbar splanchnic nerve

L5 spinal nerve (anterior ramus)

Lumbosacral trunk

Gray rami communicantes

S1 spinal nerve (anterior ramus)

Pelvic splanchnic nerves

(parasympathetic)

Sacral plexus

Piriformis muscle

Gluteus maximus muscle and sacro-tuberous ligament

(Ischio-)coccygeus muscle and sacrospinous ligament Pudendal nerve Levator ani muscle Inferior anal (rectal) nerve Perineal nerve Dorsal nerve of penis Posterior scrotal nerves

Nerves of Pelvic Viscera: Female

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  • debbie
    Where is the hypogastric nerve on the spinal cord?
    5 years ago

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