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The inferior rectal nerve is then traced to the entrance of Alcock's canal.
Neurolysis is performed along each of the nerve's branches - the inferior rectal nerve, the perineal nerve, and the dorsal clitoral nerve - until the nerve is completely free.
The inferior rectal nerve supplies the integument around the anus, provides sensation to the distal aspect of the anal canal and to the perianal skin.

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