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There is no doubt about the function of the external urethral sphincter that is part of the urinary continence system. Furthermore, it is generally accepted that, similar to the anal sphincter complex, there are different fiber types within the striated part of the external urethral sphincter (Ho et al. 1997; Schroeder and Reske-Nielsen 1983), but as to the data about distribution of fast and low twitch fibers we are cautious when interpreting these data because they are taken from different specimens, from different places within the muscle itself, and from muscles of different age and of different sex.

20 See Table 1/2. 49 Fig. 21 See Table 1/3. Fig. 22 See Table 1/4. 50 Fig. , 6. Fig. 24 See Table 1/7. 51 Fig. 25 See Table 1/8. Fig. 26 See Table 1/9. 52 Fig. 27 See Table 1/10. 53 Fig. , 12. 54 Fig. 29 See Table 1/13. 55 Fig. 30 See Table 1/14. 56 Fig. 31 See Table 1/15. Fig. 32 See Table 1/17. 57 Fig. 33 See Table 1/18. Fig. 34 See Table 1/19. 58 Fig. 35 See Table 1/20. Fig. , 22. 59 Fig. , 24. Fig. 38 See Table 1/25.

A Axial section (5 mm) of an adult female at a level with the anal cleft. 2. B Axial section of the same specimen (A) at a level with the vaginal hiatus. 2. C Computer-assisted reconstruction in an oblique view from the right side For a long time there has been no doubt as to the fibrous components of this region. As, however, defined in the current Terminologia Anatomica (1998) the perineal body should be a fibromuscular rather than a tendinous structure. We do absolutely not agree with this opinion.

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