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The anterior and posterior walls of the vagina are in contact with each other below the entrance of the cervix. 5–3 cm longer. The lateral walls are attached above to the cardinal ligament and below this to the pelvic diaphragm. The vaginal lumen surrounding the cervix forms a recess called the fornix. Since more of the posterior part of the cervix enters the vagina than the anterior part, the posterior fornix is deeper than the anterior fornix. The vaginal recess lateral to the cervix is called the lateral fornix.
It crosses behind the spine of the ischium and enters the pudendal canal in the lateral wall of the ischiorectal fossa through the lesser sciatic foramen. Its inferior rectal branch crosses the ischiorectal fossa to the muscles and skin around the anal canal. The perineal branch enters the superficial perineal compartment to supply the structures there and continues as posterior labial branches to the labium majus and minus. The internal pudendal artery enters the deep perineal compartment, where it gives branches to the bulb of the vestibule, urethra, and greater vestibular gland.
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