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Figure 1: Anatomy and function of the pudendal nerve (Pn), formed by the roots of S2–S4. Its branches include the dorsal branch of the penis/clitoris DBp/c; the perineal branch (Pb) with its deep (d) and superficial (s) branches, as well as the inferior rectal branch (Irb) in its relation with the sacrospinous and sacrotuberous ligaments; the greater and lesser sciatic foramen; the ischial spine and the sciatic nerve (SN)

Figure 1: Anatomy and function of the pudendal nerve (Pn), formed by the roots of S2–S4. Its branches include the dorsal branch of the penis/clitoris DBp/c; the perineal branch (Pb) with its deep (d) and superficial (s) branches, as well as the inferior rectal branch (Irb) in its relation with the sacrospinous and sacrotuberous ligaments; the greater and lesser sciatic foramen; the ischial spine and the sciatic nerve (SN)