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Publisher:CBS Publishers & Distributors
Published In:2010
Binding Type:Paperback
Weight:2.95 lbs
Pages:pp. xii + 466, Illus. (Mostly Col.), Tables, Index, Appendices, Acknowledgement

The Title "Lower Limb Abdomen and Pelvis Vol. 2 5th Edition" is written by B.D. Chaurasia. This book was published in the year 2010. The ISBN number 812391864X|9788123918648 is assigned to the Paperback version of this title. The book displayed here is a 5th Edition edition. This book has total of pp. xii + 466 (Pages). It is a multi volume book, other associated volume(s) is/are B.D. Chaurasia's Human Anatomy Regional and Applied Dissection and Clinical, Vol. 1 : Upper Limb and Thorax , Human Anatomy Regional & Applied (Dissection & Clinical), Head and Neck, Brain . The publisher of this title is CBS Publishers & Distributors. We have about 2285 other great books from this publisher. Lower Limb Abdomen and Pelvis Vol. 2 5th Edition is currently Available with us.

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Preface to the Fifth Edition
Preface to the First Edition (Excerpts)

Section A : LOWER LIMB :
I. Introduction :
1. Parts of the Lower Limb
2. Related Terms

II. Bones of Lower Limb :
1. Hip Bone :
i. Ilium
ii. Pubis
iii. Ischium
iv. Acetabulum
v. Obturator Foramen

2. Femur
3. Patella
4. Tibia
5. Fibula
6. Bones of the Foot
7. Tarsus :
i. Talus
ii. Calcaneus or Calcaneum
iii. Navicular Bone
iv. Cuneiform Bones
v. Medial Cuneiform
vi. Intermediate Cuneiform
vii. Lateral Cuneiform
viii. Cuboid

8. Metatarsus
9. Phalanges
10. Sesamoid Bones

Clinical Anatomy
III. Front of Thigh :
1. Surface Landmarks
2. Dissection
3. Superficial Fascia :
i. Cutaneous Nerves
ii. Cutaneous Arteries
iii. Great or Long Saphenous Vein
iv. Superficial Inguinal Lymph Nodes
v. Subcutaneous Bursae

4. Deep Fascia of Thigh/Fascia Lata
5. Dissection
6. Femoral Triangle :
i. Boundaries
ii. Contents

7. Femoral Sheath
8. Femoral Canal
9. Femoral Artery :
i. Profunda Femoris Artery

10. Femoral Vein
11. Femoral Nerve
12. Muscles of Front of the Thigh :
i. Iliacus and Psoas Major

13. Adductor/Hunter's/Subsartorial Canal
14. Dissection

Clinical Anatomy
IV. Medial Side of Thigh :
1. Introduction
2. Boundaries
3. Dissection
4. Muscles of Adductor Compartment of Thigh
5. Relations of Adductor Longus
6. Obturator Nerve
7. Accessory Obturator Nerve
8. Obturator Artery
9. Medial Circumflex Femoral Artery

Clinical Anatomy
V. Gluteal Region :
1. Introduction
2. Surface Landmarks
3. Dissection
4. Superficial Fascia :
i. Cutaneous Nerves
ii. Cutaneous Vessels and Lymphatics

5. Deep Fascia
6. Muscles of Gluteal Region
7. Structures under Cover of Gluteus Maximus
8. Dissection
9. Structures Deep to the Gluteus Medius
10. Structures Deep to the Gluteus Minimus
11. Sacrotuberous and Sacrospinous Ligaments
12. Nerves of the Gluteal Region :
i. Superior Gluteal Nerve
ii. Inferior Gluteal Nerve
iii. Sciatic Nerve
iv. Posterior Cutaneous Nerve of the Thigh
v. Nerve to Quadratus Femoris
vi. Pudendal Nerve
vii. Nerve to the Obturator Internus
viii. Perforating Cutaneous Nerve

13. Arteries of Gluteal Region :
i. Superior Gluteal Artery
ii. Inferior Gluteal Artery
iii. Internal Pudendal Artery

14. Trochanteric Anastomoses
15. Cruciate Anastomoses
16. Structures Passing through the Greater Sciatic Foramen (Gateway of Gluteal Region)
17. Structures Passing through the Lesser Sciatic Foramen

Clinical Anatomy
VI. Popliteal Fossa :
1. Introduction
2. Surface Landmarks
3. Dissection
4. Popliteal Fossa
5. Popliteal Artery
6. Popliteal Vein
7. Tibial Nerve
8. Common Peroneal Nerve
9. Posterior Cutaneous Nerve of Thigh
10. Genicular Branch of Obturator Nerve
11. Popliteal Lymph Nodes
12. Anastomoses around the Knee Joint

Clinical Anatomy
VII. Back of Thigh :
1. Introduction
2. Cutaneous Innervation
3. Muscles of Back of the Thigh
4. Sciatic Nerve
5. Dissection
6. Arteries of the Back of Thigh

Clinical Anatomy
VIII. Front, Lateral and Medial Sides of Leg and Dorsum of Foot :
1. Surface Landmarks
2. Front of Leg and Dorsum of Foot
3. Superficial Fascia :
i. Dissection
ii. Superficial Veins
iii. Cutaneous Nerves

4. Deep Fascia of the Leg :
i. Dissection

5. Superior Extensor Retinaculum
6. Inferior Extensor Retinaculum
7. Muscles of Anterior Compartment of the Leg :
i. Dissection

8. Anterior Tibial Artery :
i. Dissection

9. Deep Peroneal Nerve :
i. Dissection

10. Dorsalis Pedis Artery (Dorsal Artery of the Foot)
11. Lateral Side of the Leg :
i. Dissection

12. Peroneal Retinacula
13. Peroneal Muscles
14. Superficial Peroneal Nerve :
i. Dissection

15. Medial Side of the Leg :
i. Dissection

Clinical Anatomy
IX. Back of Leg :
1. Introduction
2. Superficial Fascia :
i. Dissection
ii. Small or Short Saphenous Vein
iii. Great or Long Saphenous Vein :
a. Cutaneous Nerves

iv. Deep Fascia :
a. Dissection

v. Boundaries and Subdivisions of Posterior Compartment
vi. Flexor Retinaculum
vii. Superficial Muscles
viii. Deep Muscles
ix. Posterior Tibial Artery
x. Peroneal Artery
xi. Tibial Nerve

Clinical Anatomy
X. Sole of Foot :
1. Introduction :
i. Dissection

2. Skin
3. Superficial Fascia
4. Deep Fascia :
i. Plantar Aponeurosis
ii. Dissection

5. Deep Transverse Metatarsal Ligaments :
i. Fibrous Flexor Sheaths

6. Muscles of the First Layer of the Sole
7. Muscles and Tendons of the Second Layer of the Sole :
i. Dissection

8. Muscles of the Third Layer of the Sole :
i. Dissection

9. Muscles of the Fourth Layer of the Sole :
i. Dissection

10. Medial Plantar Nerve
11. Lateral Plantar Nerve
12. Medial Plantar Artery
13. A Lateral Plantar Artery
14. Plantar Arch

Clinical Anatomy
XI. Venous and Lymphatic Drainage; Comparison of Lower and Upper Limbs :
1. Venous Drainage
2. Factors Helping Venous Return
3. Veins of Lower Limb :
i. Long Saphenous Vein
ii. Small or Short Saphenous Vein
iii. Perforating Veins

4. Lymphatic Drainage
5. Classificaion
6. Superficial Lymphatics
7. Deep Lymphatics
8. Segmental Innervation :
i. Dermatomes
ii. Myotomes
iii. Sympathetic Innervation

Clinical Anatomy :
i. Comparison of Lower and Upper Limbs

XII. Joints of Lower Limb :
1. Hip Joint :
i. Type
ii. Dissection
iii. Ligaments
iv. Relations of the Hip Joint
v. Blood Supply
vi. Nerve Supply
vii. Movements

2. Knee Joint :
i. Type
ii. Ligaments
iii. Dissection
iv. Dissection
v. Synovial Membrane
vi. Bursae around the Knee

3. Relations of Knee Joint :
i. Blood Supply
ii. Nerve Supply
iii. Movements at the Knee Joint
iv. Dissection
v. Locking and Unlocking of the Knee Joint

4. Ankle Joint :
i. Dissection
ii. Ligaments
iii. Relations
iv. Movements
v. Blood Supply
vi. Nerve Supply

5. Tibiofibular Joints :
i. Dissection
ii. Superior Tibiofibular Joint
iii. Middle Tibiofibular Joint
iv. Inferior Tibiofibular Joint

6. Joints of the Foot :
i. Dissection
ii. Talocalcanean Joint :
a. Movements

iii. Talocalcaneonavicular Joint :
a. Movements

7. Calcaneocuboid Joint
8. Transverse Tarsal or Midtarsal Joint
9. Inversion and Eversion of the Foot :
i. Joints taking Part
ii. Muscles producing Movements

10. Joint Cavities of Foot
11. Metatarsophalangeal and Interphalangeal Joints :
i. Dissection

Clinical Anatomy
XIII. Arches of Foot :
1. Introduction
2. Medial Longitudinal Arch
3. Lateral Longitudinal Arch
4. Anterior Transverse Arch
5. Posterior Transverse Arch
6. Factors Responsible for Maintenance of Arches
7. Functions
8. Summary

Clinical Anatomy
XIV. Surface and Radiological Anatomy :
1. Surface Marking of Arteries :
i. Femoral Artery
ii. Profunda Femoris Artery
iii. Popliteal Artery
iv. Superior Gluteal Artery
v. Inferior Gluteal Artery
vi. Anterior Tibial Artery
vii. Posterior Tibial Artery
viii. Dorsalis Pedis Artery
ix. Medial Plantar Artery
x. Lateral Plantar Artery
xi. Plantar Arch

2. Veins :
i. Femoral Vein
ii. Great Saphenous Vein
iii. Small Saphenous Vein

3. Nerves :
i. Femoral Nerve
ii. Sciatic Nerve
iii. Tibial Nerve
iv. Common Peroneal Nerve
v. Deep Peroneal Nerve
vi. Superficial Peroneal Nerve
vii. Medial Plantar Nerve
viii. Lateral Plantar Nerve

4. Miscellaneous Structures :
i. Saphenous Opening
ii. Femoral Ring
iii. Superior Extensor Retinaculum
iv. Inferior Extensor Retinaculum
v. Flexor Retinaculum

5. Radiological Anatomy :
i. Hip
ii. Knee
iii. Foot

XV. Introduction to Abdomen and Osteology :
1. Introduction to the Abdomen
2. Osteology
3. Lumbar Vertebrae
4. The Sacrum :
i. Sacral Canal
ii. Attachments on the Sacrum
iii. Relations of the Sacrum
iv. Sex Differences

5. Coccyx
6. Bony Pelvis :
i. Sex Differences in the Pelvis
ii. Anatomical Position of the Pelvis

7. Intervertebral Joints
8. Intervertebral Disc

Clinical Anatomy
XVI. Anterior Abdominal Wall :
1. Surface Landmarks
2. The Umbilicus
3. Superficial Fascia :
i. Dissection
ii. Cutaneous Nerves
iii. Cutaneous Arteries
iv. Cutaneous Veins
v. Superficial Lymphatics

4. Muscles of the Anterior Abdominal Wall :
i. Dissection
ii. External Oblique Muscle
iii. Internal Oblique Muscle :
a. Dissection

5. Transversus Abdominis Muscle :
i. Dissection

6. Rectus Abdominis Muscle
7. Actions of the Main Muscles of the Anterior Abdominal Wall
8. Inguinal Ligament
9. Conjoint Tendon or Falx Inguinalis
10. The Cremaster Muscle :
i. Cremasteric Reflex

11. Pyramidalis
12. Deep Nerves of the Anterior Abdominal Wall
13. Deep Arteries of Anterior Abdominal Wall
14. Dissection
15. Rectus Sheath
16. The Fascia Transversalis
17. Dissection
18. Inguinal Canal :
i. Structures Passing through the Canal
ii. Constituents of the Spermatic Cord
iii. Mechanism of Inguinal Canal

Clinical Anatomy
XVII. Male External Genital Organs :
1. Organs Included
2. Penis :
i. Root of Penis
ii. Body of Penis
iii. Dissection

3. Scrotum
4. Testis :
i. External Features
ii. Nerve Supply
iii. Histology of Seminiferous Tubule

5. Epididymis
6. Spermatic Cord
7. Development of Testis
8. Descent of the Testis
9. Development of Ducts
10. External Genitalia

Clinical Anatomy
XVIII. Abdominal Cavity and Peritoneum :
1. Nine Regions of Abdomen
2. Peritoneum
3. Functions of Peritoneum
4. Peritoneal Folds :
i. Greater Omentum
ii. Dissection
iii. Lesser Omentum
iv. Dissection
v. Mesentery
vi. Mesoappendix

5. Transverse Mesocolon :
i. Dissection
ii. Sigmoid Mesocolon
iii. Dissection

6. Reflection of Peritoneum on the Liver
7. Vertical Tracing
8. Horizontal Tracing above Transverse Colon
9. Horizontal Tracing below the Level of the Transverse Colon
10. Horizontal Tracing of Peritoneum in the Lesser Pelvis (Male)
11. Horizontal Tracing of Peritoneum in the Lesser Pelvis (Female)
12. Epiploic Foramen
13. Lesser Sac or Omental Bursa
14. Special Regions of the Peritoneal Cavity
15. Development
16. Subphrenic Spaces/Supracolic Compartment :
i. Hepatorenal Pouch (Morison's Pouch)
ii. Infracolic Compartments of Peritoneal Cavity
iii. Paracolic Gutters
iv. Rectouterine Pouch (Pouch of Douglas)

17. Peritoneal Fossae (Recesses)
18. Development

Clinical Anatomy

XIX. Abdominal Part of Oesophagus and Stomach :
1. Abdominal Part of Oesophagus :
i. Histology

2. Stomach :
i. Location
ii. Dissection
iii. External Features
iv. Relations of Stomach
v. Dissection
vi. Interior of Stomach
vii. Blood Supply
viii. Lymphatic Drainage
ix. Nerve Supply

3. Histology of Stomach
4. Development

Clinical Anatomy
XX. Small and Large Intestines :
1. Small Intestine :
i. Relevant Features
ii. Large Surface Area
iii. Duodenum :
a. Definition and Location
b. Dissection

iv. Peritoneal Relations :
a. Suspensory Muscle of Duodenum or Ligament of Treitz
b. Histology

v. Jejunum and Ileum :
i. Dissection
ii. Histology

vi. Meckel's Diverticulum (Diverticulum LLei)

2. Large Intestine :
i. Dissection
ii. Relevant Features
iii. Caecum
iv. Vermiform Appendix :
a. Histology

v. Ascending Colon
vi. Right Colic Flexure (Hepatic Flexure)
vii. Transverse Colon
viii. Left Colic Flexure (Splenic Flexure)
ix. Descending Colon
x. Sigmoid Colon (Pelvic Colon)
xi. Histology of Colon

3. Development
Clinical Anatomy
XXI. Large Blood Vessels of the Gut :
1. Coeliac Trunk :
i. Origin and Length
ii. Dissection
iii. Branches

2. Superior Mesenteric Artery :
i. Origin, Course and Termination
ii. Relations
iii. Branches

3. Superior Mesenteric Vein
4. Inferior Mesenteric Artery :
i. Origin
ii. Course and Termination
iii. Branches

5. Inferior Mesenteric Vein
6. Marginal Artery
7. Portal Vein :
i. Formation
ii. Course
iii. Termination
iv. Relations
v. Branches of Portal Vein
vi. Tributaries

8. Portosystemic Communications (Portocaval Anastomoses)
9. Development

Clinical Anatomy
XXII. Extrahepatic Biliary Apparatus :
1. Introduction
2. Hepatic Ducts :
i. Dissection

3. Common Hepatic Duct
4. Gall Bladder
5. Cystic Duct
6. Bile Duct
7. Sphincters Related to the Bile and Pancreatic Ducts
8. Nerve Supply
9. Functions of Gall Bladder
10. Histology
11. Development

Clinical Anatomy
XXIII. Spleen, Pancreas and Liver :
1. Introduction
2. Spleen :
i. Location
ii. Dissection
iii. Position (Axis of Spleen)
iv. External Features
v. Relations
vi. Arterial Supply
vii. Venous Drainage
viii. Lymphatic Drainage
ix. Histology
x. Development

3. Pancreas :
i. Size and Shape
ii. Dissection
iii. Head of the Pancreas
iv. Body of the Pancreas
v. Tail of the Pancreas
vi. Ducts of the Pancreas
vii. Arterial Supply
viii. Venous Drainage
ix. Lymphatic Drainage
x. Nerve Supply
xi. Functions
xii. Histology
xiii. Development

4. Liver :
i. External Features
ii. Five Surfaces
iii. Dissection
iv. One Prominent Border
v. Visceral Relations
vi. Blood Supply
vii. Venous Drainage
viii. Lymphatic Drainage
ix. Nerve Supply
x. Hepatic Segments
xi. Functions
xii. Histology
xiii. Development

Clinical Anatomy
XXIV. Kidney and Ureter :
1. Kidneys :
i. External Features
ii. Dissection
iii. Hilum
iv. Relations of the Kidneys
v. Capsules or Coverings of Kidney
vi. Arterial Supply
vii. Venous Drainage
viii. Lymphatic Drainage
ix. Nerve Supply
x. Exposure of the Kidney from Behind
xi. Histology

2. Ureters :
i. Dimensions
ii. Normal Constrictions
iii. Relations
iv. Abdominal Part of Ureter
v. Pelvic Part of Ureter
vi. Intravesical Part
vii. Blood Supply
viii. Nerve Supply
ix. Histology

3. Development of Kidney and Ureter
4. Anomalies of the Kidney and Ureter

Clinical Anatomy
XXV. Suprarenal Gland and Chromaffin System :
1. Suprarenal Glands :
i. Dissection
ii. Right Suprarenal Gland
iii. Left Suprarenal Gland
iv. Structure
v. Arterial Supply
vi. Venous Drainage
vii. Lymphatic Drainage
viii. Nerve Supply
ix. Histology

2. Development of Suprarenal Gland
3. Chromaffin System

Clinical Anatomy
XXVI. Diaphragm :
1. Definition
2. Origin
3. Dissection
4. Muscle Fibres
5. Insertion
6. Openings in the Diaphragm
7. Relations
8. Nerve Supply
9. Actions
10. Development

Clinical Anatomy
XXVII. Posterior Abdominal Wall :
1. Introduction
2. Abdominal Aorta :
i. Dissection

3. Relations
4. Branches
5. Common Iliac Arteries
6. Inferior Vena Cava
7. Tributaries
8. Abdominal Parts of Azygos and Hemiazygos Veins
9. Lymph Nodes of Posterior Abdominal Wall
10. Cisterna Chyli
11. Muscles of the Posterior Abdominal Wall
12. Thoracolumbar Fascia (Lumbar Fascia)
13. Nerves of the Posterior Abdominal Wall
14. Abdominal Part of the Autonomic Nervous System
15. Lumbar Sympathetic Chain
16. Coeliac Ganglia and Coeliac Plexus
17. Superior Hypogastric Plexus (Presacral Nerve)
18. Parasympathetic Nerves
19. Branches

Clinical Anatomy
XXVIII. Perineum :
1. Superficial Boundaries
2. Deep Boundaries of the Perineum
3. Divisions of the Perineum
4. Anal Region :
i. Anococcygeal Ligament
ii. Perineal Body
iii. External Anal Sphincter

5. Ischioanal Fossa :
i. Boundaries
ii. Dissection
iii. Spaces and Canals of the Fossa

6. Pudendal Canal
7. Contents of Ischioanal Fossa
8. Urogenital Region
9. Dissection
10. Male Urogenital Region :
i. Deep Perineal Space
ii. Boundaries
iii. Contents
iv. Deep Transverse Perinei
v. Distal Urethral Sphincter Mechanism
vi. Perineal Membrane

11. Female Urogenital Region :
i. Deep Perineal Space
ii. Boundaries
iii. Contents
iv. Distal Urethral Sphincter Mechanism
v. Action
vi. Nerve Supply
vii. Compressor Urethrae
viii. Sphincter Urethrovaginalis
ix. Actions

12. Female External Genital Organs/Pudendum or Vulva
13. Perineal Spaces/Pouches
14. Pudendal Canal :
i. Pudendal Nerve :
a. Branches

ii. Internal Pudendal Artery :
a. Branches

iii. Internal Pudendal Vein

15. Histology of Body of Penis/Clitoris

Clinical Anatomy
XXIX. Preliminary Consideration of Boundaries and Contents of Pelvis :
1. Lesser Pelvis
2. Muscles
3. Pelvic Inlet : Superior Aperture of Pelvis
4. Pelvic Outlet : Inferior Aperture of Pelvis
5. Pelvic Floor
6. Pelvic Cavity
7. Contents
8. Structures Crossing the Pelvic Inlet/Brim of the Pelvis

Clinical Anatomy

XXX. Urinary Bladder and Urethra :
1. Urinary Bladder :
i. External Features
ii. Dissection
iii. Relations
iv. Ligaments of the Bladder
v. Interior of the Bladder
vi. Arterial Supply
vii. Venous Drainage
viii. Lymphatic Drainage
ix. Nerve Supply

2. Male Urethra :
i. Posterior Part :
a. Preprostatic Part
b. Prostatic Part
c. Membranous Part

ii. Anterior Part

3. Vascular Supply and Innervation
4. Female Urethra :
i. Arteries
ii. Veins
iii. Lymphatic
iv. Innervation
v. Walls of Urethra

5. Micturition
6. Histology of Urinary Bladder
7. Development of Urinary Bladder and Urethra

Clinical Anatomy
XXXI. Female Reproductive Organs :
1. Dissection
2. Introduction
3. Ovaries :
i. External Features
ii. Relations
iii. Arterial Supply
iv. Venous Drainage
v. Histology

4. Uterine Tubes :
i. Course and Relations
ii. Blood Supply
iii. Lymphatic Drainage
iv. Nerve Supply
v. Histology

5. Uterus :
i. Size and Shape
ii. Normal Position and Angulation
iii. Body of Uterus
iv. Cervix of Uterus
v. Ligaments of Uterus
vi. Arterial Supply
vii. Venous Drainage
viii. Lymphatic Drainage
ix. Nerve Supply
x. Age and Reproductive Changes
xi. Supports of the Uterus :
a. Primary Supports
b. Muscular or Active Supports
c. Fibromuscular or Mechanical Supports
d. Secondary Supports

xii. Pelvic Diaphragm
xiii. Perineal Body
xiv. Distal Urethral Sphincter Mechanism

6. Histology
7. Vagina :
i. Extent and Situation
ii. Fornices of Vagina
iii. Relations
iv. Arterial Supply
v. Venous Drainage
vi. Lymphatic Drainage
vii. Nerve Supply
viii. Histology

8. Ureter in Female Pelvis
9. Development of Female Reproductive System

Clinical Anatomy

XXXII. Male Reproductive Organs :
1. Introduction
2. Ductus Deferens :
i. Dissection
ii. Course and Relations
iii. Arterial Supply
iv. Venous Drainage
v. Histology
vi. Development

3. Seminal Vesicles
4. Prostate :
i. Situation
ii. Gross Features
iii. Zones of the Prostate
iv. Capsules and Ligaments of Prostate
v. Structures within the Prostate
vi. Structural Zones of the Prostate
vii. Blood Supply
viii. Lymphatic Drainage
ix. Nerve Supply
x. Age Changes in Prostate
xi. Histology
xii. Development

5. Vertebral System of Veins

Clinical Anatomy
XXXIII. Rectum and Anal Canal :
1. Rectum :
i. Situation
ii. Dimensions
iii. Dissection
iv. Relations
v. Mucosal Folds
vi. Arterial Supply
vii. Venous Drainage
viii. Lymphatic Drainage
ix. Nerve Supply
x. Supports of Rectum

2. Anal Canal :
i. Situation
ii. Dissection
iii. Length, Extent and Direction
iv. Relations of the Anal Canal
v. Interior of the Anal Canal
vi. Musculature of the Anal Canal
vii. Anorectal Ring
viii. Surgical Spaces Related to the Anal Canal
ix. Arterial Supply
x. Venous Drainage
xi. Lymphatic Drainage
xii. Nerve Supply

3. Histology
4. Development

Clinical Anatomy

XXXIV. Walls of Pelvis :
1. Internal Iliac Artery :
i. Course and Relations
ii. Dissection
iii. Branches
iv. Branches of Anterior Division
v. Branches of Posterior Division

2. Internal Iliac Vein
3. Lymph Nodes of the Pelvis
4. Nerves of the Pelvis
5. Lumbosacral Plexus
6. Dissection
7. Branches from Dorsal Divisions
8. Branches from Ventral Division
9. Coccygeal Plexus
10. Pelvic Sympathetic System
11. Pelvic Splanchnic Nerves :
i. Nervi Erigentes

12. Pelvic Fascia
13. Dissection
14. The Levator Ani :
i. Pubococcygeus Part
ii. Iliococcygeus Part
iii. Coccygeus
iv. Nerve Supply
v. Actions of Levators Ani and Coccygeus
vi. Relations of the Levator Ani

15. Lumbosacral Joints
16. Sacrococcygeal and Intercoccygeal Joints
17. Dissection
18. Sacroiliac Joint :
i. Ligaments
ii. Factors Providing Stability
iii. Blood Supply
iv. Nerve Supply
v. Movements

19. Pubic Symphysis
20. The Mechanism of Pelvis

Clinical Anatomy
XXXV. Surface Marking of Abdomen and Pelvis :
1. Planes and Regions of the Abdomen
2. Viscera :
i. Spleen
ii. Stomach
iii. Duodenum
iv. Caecum
v. Ileocaecal Orifice or Valve
vi. Appendix
vii. Ascending Colon
viii. Transverse Colon
ix. Descending Colon
x. Rectum and Anal Canal
xi. Liver
xii. Gall Bladder
xiii. Bile Duct
xiv. Pancreas
xv. Kidney
xvi. Ureter

3. Vessels :
i. Abdominal Aorta
ii. Common Iliac Artery
iii. External Iliac Artery
iv. Coeliac Trunk and its Branches
v. Superior Mesenteric Artery
vi. Inferior Mesenteric Artery
vii. Inferior Vena Cava
viii. Portal Vein

4. Miscellaneous :
i. Inguinal Canal
ii. Root of Mesentery

XXXVI. Radiological and Imaging Procedures :
1. Plain Skiagram of Abdomen
2. Barium Meal Examination
3. Barium Enema
4. Excretory (Intravenous or Descending) Pyelography
5. Retrograde (Instrumental or Ascending) Pyelography
6. Biliary Apparatus
7. Hysterosalpingography
8. Foetogram