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Nervi labiales posteriores

German: Nervi labiales posteriores

Definition

The nervi labiales posteriores are final branches of the nervus pudendus of the plexus sacralis. In women they innervate somatosensorically the posterior part of the labia and the vestibulum vaginae. The comparable nerves in men are called nervi scrotales posteriors.

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