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Superficial Branch of Perineal Nerve
Nervous System

Superficial Branch of Perineal Nerve

Ramus superficialis nervi perinealis

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The superficial perineal nerve is a branch of perineal nerve.The perineal nerve is a branch of the pudendal nerve.It is situated below the internal pudendal artery. The superficial perineal nerve is responsible for perineal sensory and motor functions in both sexes.

Origin: S2 - S4

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Perineal Nerve

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The perineal nerve is situated below the internal pudendal artery and divides into a posterior labial branch and a muscular branch.

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