Wirkung von Hormonen auf den Beckenboden der Frau

  • W. Distler

Zusammenfassung

Die Erkenntnis, daß Hormone die neuromuskuläre Funktion beeinflussen, ist schon seit längerem vorhanden. Mit Recht können Hormonwirkungen auch auf den Beckenboden bezogen werden. Denn das Diaphragma pelvis, das Diaphragma urogenitale sowie die äußere Schließmuskelschicht stellen muskulös-bindegewebige Systeme dar, die über Äste des Plexus sacralis und des N. pudendus innerviert werden.

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