The visualization of somatic and autonomic female pelvic nerves using a modified NerveVIEW protocol was assessed in volunteers (n=5) and cervical cancer patients (n=7) by 2 independent observers. Image quality (as assessed by visualization of the tibial and fibular components of the sciatic nerve) was high in 75% of cases. 83% of pudendal, superior and inferior hypogastric nerves were well seen by observer1 and 72% by observer2. The superior hypogastric plexus (SHP) was more difficult to identify routinely. Neurography of the female pelvis allowed for confident identification of autonomic and somatic nerve plexi and has potential for pre-surgical planning.