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Figure 1: (a) Epoxy (E12) slice of the female pelvis (provided by Feil and Sora, Vienna) [29] and (b) three-dimensional visualization model reconstructed using WinSurf software (3D tool) with horizontal gray plastination slices at different heights. Smoothed female pelvic NURBS geometries of the organs suspended by (c) ligaments (yellow), (d) fasciae (pink), and (c) muscles (brown) in sitting position. The rigid pelvic bone is included here only to show the attachment of the pelvic muscles, fasciae, and ligaments.