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By Prof. Dr. Helga Fritsch, Dr. Andreas Lienemann, Dr. Erich Brenner, Dr. Barbara Ludwikowski (auth.)

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52 Fig. 27 See Table 1/10. 53 Fig. , 12. 54 Fig. 29 See Table 1/13. 55 Fig. 30 See Table 1/14. 56 Fig. 31 See Table 1/15. Fig. 32 See Table 1/17. 57 Fig. 33 See Table 1/18. Fig. 34 See Table 1/19. 58 Fig. 35 See Table 1/20. Fig. , 22. 59 Fig. , 24. Fig. 38 See Table 1/25.

Rectoprostatic fascia 12. Rectovaginal fascia 13. Anal sphincter complex Table 1 (continued) – Rectovaginal fascia; rectovaginal septum (female) Rectoprostatic fascia; rectovesical septum (male) Uterosacral ligament or recto-uterine ligament Inferior hypogastric plexus; pelvic plexus – English – Fascia rectovaginalis; septum rectovaginale Fascia rectoprostatica; septum rectovesicale Lig. rectouterinum Plexus hypogastricus inferior; plexus pelvicus – Latin Terminologia Anatomica (TA) – – – – Pelvic plexus – Clinical term Includes all muscle layers of the anal canal: internal (smooth) sphincter, longitudinal (smooth) muscle, external (striated) sphincter Our opinion: Plate of dense connective tissue, smooth muscle cells and nerves, locally arranged between rectum and vagina Our opinion: Plate of dense connective tissue, smooth muscle cells and nerves, locally arranged between rectum and prostate Dense connective tissue running from the edges of the cervix uteri to the region of the sacrospinous ligament Autonomic nerve plexus within the recto-uterine or recto-vesical fold Our opinion: Outer connective tissue lamella of the rectal adventitia, bordering the perirectal compartment Definition + Existence Necessary to pick up in TA + Exclusively into the + term rectovaginal septum Exclusively into the + term rectoprostatic septum Exclusively into + uterosacral ligament Exclusively into + the old and clinical term: pelvic plexus Necessary to pick up in TA Renaming (according to our results) 46 Figure 30 31 31 Term 14.

Ano-rectum 5. Presacral compartment 6. Presacral fascia 7. Perirectal compartment – Presacral fascia – Rectum and anal canal Perineal membrane Perineal body Anococcygeal body; anococcygeal ligament English Clinical term – Fascia presacralis – Rectum et canalis analis Membrana perinei Corpus perineale; centrum perinei Mesorectum – – Anorectum – – Corpus anococcygeum; – lig. anococcygeum Latin Terminologia Anatomica (TA) Table 1 Synonyms used for the sensory circumventricular organs Our opinion: Compartment filled by the rectal adventitia including nerves, vessels, lymph nodes Caudal part of the parietal pelvic fascia Our opinion: Small space between presacral fascia and sacral and coccygeal vertebrae containing vessels Our opinion: The clinical term includes both, the rectum and the anal canal not taking into account that they are of different origin Dense connective tissue between external urethral sphincter (and transverse perineal muscle in male) and pubic bone TA: The perineal body is fibromuscular rather than tendinous and quite unlike the centrum tendineum of the diaphragm Our opinion: The perineal body itself is tendinous, nevertheless it can not be compared with the flat centrum tendineum of the diaphragm TA: The term corpus, rather than ligamentum, is used in TA because it is a stratified nonligamentous structure in which fleshy muscle attachments underlie a tendon Definition + Existence Necessary to pick up in TA Necessary to pick up in TA Necessary to pick up in TA Not necessary + + + + + Though tendinous, + not necessary Not necessary Renaming (according to our results) 45 Figure 25 26 27 28 28 29 Term 8.

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