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Inguinal Region: Dissections Anatomy

Inguinal Region: Dissections Anatomy
External abdominal oblique muscle and aponeurosis, Anterior superior iliac spine, Internal abdominal oblique muscle (cut and reflected), Transversus abdominis muscle, Deep inguinal ring (in transversalis fascia), Cremaster muscle (lateral origin), Inferior epigastric vessels (deep to transversalis fascia), Cremaster muscle (medial origin), Superficial inguinal ring, Lateral crus, Medial crus, Pubic crest, Linea alba, Rectus sheath (anterior layer), Transversalis fascia within inguinal triangle (site of direct inguinal hernia), Inguinal falx (conjoint tendon), Reflected inguinal ligament, Intercrural fibers.

External spermatic fascia on spermatic cord exiting, Superficial inguinal ring, Fundiform ligament of penis, Anterior view, Posterior (internal) view, Rectus sheath (posterior layer), Arcuate line, Medial umbilical ligament, Anterior superior iliac spine, Transversalis fascia (cut away), Rectus abdominis muscle Iliopubic tract, Inferior epigastric vessels, Inguinal (Hesselbach’s) triangle (dashed line), Femoral nerve, Genital branch of genitofemoral nerve and testicular vessels Iliacus muscle, External iliac vessels, Femoral ring (dilated) (broken line), Psoas (major) muscle, Lacunar ligament (Gimbernat’s), Accessory obturator vessels, Ductus deferens, Pubic branches of inferior epigastric vessels, Pubic symphysis, Inguinal ligament (Poupart’s), Obturator vessels, Lacunar ligament (Gimbernat’s), Pectineal ligament (Cooper’s), Hesselbach’s triangle by Carlos Machado after Frank Netter, Deep inguinal ring.

Inguinal Region: Dissections Anatomy

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