Pudendal Nerve

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Pudendal Nerve
Nerve Type Mixed nerve
Origin S2, S3, S4
Sensory innervation Skin of penis, clitoris, most of the perineum
Motor innervation Muscles of the perineum

Innervation of the Perineum

Innervation of the perineum: A: genitofemoral nerve; B: obturator nerve; C: inferior cluneal nerve; D: perineal branch of the posterior femoral cutaneous nerve; E: ilioinguinal nerve; F: pudendal nerve
Copyright Andrea Trescot[1]


  1. Trescot, Andrea. Peripheral nerve entrapments : clinical diagnosis and management. Switzerland: Springer, 2016.