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Fig ovaries The ovaries & uterus are held in place by ligaments in the pelvic cavity Female reproductive system
Ovaries –ligaments support and stabilize Uterine tubes Uterus –enclosed within broad ligament Vagina External genitalia The Female Reproductive System
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Mechanical protection and nutritional support to developing embryo Bends anteriorly (anteflexion) Stabilized by broad, uterosacral, round, and lateral ligaments Uterus
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