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Inguinal and Femoral Regions Anatomy


Inguinal and Femoral Regions Anatomy
External abdominal oblique muscle, External oblique aponeurosis, Rectus sheath (anterior layer), Linea alba, Anterior superior iliac spine, Superficial epigastric vessels, Intercrural fibers, Superficial inguinal ring, Spermatic cord (cut), Pubic tubercle, Suspensory ligament of penis, Great saphenous vein, Cribriform fascia over saphenous opening,

Inguinal and Femoral Regions Anatomy  External abdominal oblique muscle, External oblique aponeurosis, Rectus sheath (anterior layer), Linea alba, Anterior superior iliac spine, Superficial epigastric vessels, Intercrural fibers, Superficial inguinal ring, Spermatic cord (cut), Pubic tubercle, Suspensory ligament of penis, Great saphenous vein, Cribriform fascia over saphenous opening,  Fascia lata, Skin and superficial fascia removed, Superficial circumflex iliac vessels, External abdominal oblique muscle, Internal abdominal oblique muscle, Rectus sheath (anterior layer), Deep inguinal ring, Femoral vein, Great saphenous vein, Cremaster muscle (lateral origin), Cremaster muscle (medial origin), Inguinal falx (conjoint tendon), External oblique aponeurosis (cut and reflected), External oblique aponeurosis reflected and cribriform fascia removed Saphenous opening, Inguinal (Poupart's) ligament, Inguinal (Poupart's) ligament.
Fascia lata, Skin and superficial fascia removed, Superficial circumflex iliac vessels, External abdominal oblique muscle, Internal abdominal oblique muscle, Rectus sheath (anterior layer), Deep inguinal ring, Femoral vein, Great saphenous vein, Cremaster muscle (lateral origin), Cremaster muscle (medial origin), Inguinal falx (conjoint tendon), External oblique aponeurosis (cut and reflected), External oblique aponeurosis reflected and cribriform fascia removed Saphenous opening, Inguinal (Poupart's) ligament, Inguinal (Poupart's) ligament.