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Scrotum
...  and is covered with very soft skin. Sebaceous glands are contained within the scrotum. The scrotal muscles are the reasons for the varying appearance of the scrotum. It is through a layer of smooth muscle tissue known as dartos which is positioned underneath the scrotum’s skin. The spermatic cord creates the base for a small amount of the bands of skeletal muscle found within the  ...

Large Intestine
...  that serves as the exit to the body. The wastes deposited in the anal canal are being regulated by two sphincter muscles, both voluntary and involuntary muscles. The internal sphincter is made up of smooth muscle tissues. The external sphincter is formed by skeletal muscles. Anal columns are the long partitions of vascular mucous membranes along the anal canal. The large intestine and the small  ...

Uterine Tubes
...  are innervated parasympathetically by the hypo-gastric plexus and the pelvic splanchnic nerves. The nerves that connect to the tubes oversee the actions that happen between the blood vessels and the smooth muscle tissues. Venous drainage is done by the uterine  ...


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