|Human female internal reproductive anatomy|
|Sagittal section of the lower part of a female trunk, right segment. SM. INT. Small intestine.|
|Gray's||subject #269 1264|
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There are three named fornices:
- The posterior fornix is the larger recess, behind the cervix. It is close to the rectouterine pouch.
- There are two smaller recesses in front and at the sides:
- the anterior fornix is close to the vesicouterine pouch.
- the lateral fornix.
- MedEd at Loyola Grossanatomy/dissector/practical/pelvis/pelvis14.html
- SUNY Labs 43:10-0201 - "The Female Pelvis: The Vagina"
- Histology at Boston University 19401loa - "Female Reproductive System: cervix, longitudinal"
- Human anatomy at Dartmouth figures/chapter_35/35-2.HTM
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