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Laboratory 42. The Male Perineum and the Penis
Step 17. The Deep Perineal Pouch

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Remove the inferior fascia of the urogenital diaphragm and attempt to identify, the bulbourethral (Cowper's) gland which lies lateral to the membranous urethra. Identify the nerves and vessels of the deep perineal pouch, the dorsal nerve of the penis and dorsal artery of the penis. Identify the deep artery of the penis, which passes to the crura of the penis, and the artery to the bulb of the penis, which enters the corpus spongiosum.

Links and References:
Grant's: 3.73
Netter (1ed.): 361 (2ed.): 357
Rohen/Yokochi: 331