Medial pubovesical ligament

Medial pubovesical ligament
Ligament: Medial pubovesical ligament
Latin ligamentum pubovesicale mediale
From bladder
To pubis
Dorlands/Elsevier l_09/13541290

The Medial pubovesical ligament is the medial branch of the pubovesical ligament in the female. It arises from the neck of the bladder and is a forward continuation of the tendinous arch to the pubis.

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