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Nerves of the male pelvis (Latin)

Nerves of the male pelvis (Latin)

The The plexus lumbalis, sacralis and coccygealis give off several pelvic branches such as the n. obturatorius, n. pudendalis, nn. rectales, nn. scrotales and n. dorsalis penis. These nerves provide motor and sensory innervation to the muscles and skin of the pelvis. Nn. splanchnici lumbales and sacrales provide the pelvis with autonomic innervation via the plexus hypogastricus superior. This plexus gives off the n. hypogastricus dexter and sinister, that merge with the nn. splanchnici pelvici to form the plexus hypogastricus inferior. The plexus hypogastricus superior and inferior further divide into smaller plexuses, forming the plexus rectalis, plexus vesicalis, plexus deferentialis and plexus prostaticus. These subplexuses provide autonomic innervation to the male pelvic viscera and glands, including the rectum, vesica urinaria, testis, epididymidis, prostata and glandulae seminales.
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