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Figure 2: Position of the pelvic floor ligaments when: (a) they are intact. (b) they are weakened and stress incontinence is present. (1) Urethro-pelvic ligament; (2) Pubo-urethral ligament; (3) Halban's vaginal fascia; (4) Arcus tendineus fasciae pelvis; (5) uterosacral ligament; (6) Pelvic superior fascia; (7) Musculus levator ani

Figure 2: Position of the pelvic floor ligaments when: (a) they are intact. (b) they are weakened and stress incontinence is present. (1) Urethro-pelvic ligament; (2) Pubo-urethral ligament; (3) Halban's vaginal fascia; (4) Arcus tendineus fasciae pelvis; (5) uterosacral ligament; (6) Pelvic superior fascia; (7) Musculus levator ani