Inguinal Region. By Prof. Saeed Abuel Makarem. GROIN OR INGUINAL REGION. The groin or the inguinal region, extending between the ASIS and pubic tubercle. It is a very important area surgically and anatomically where structures enter and exit the abdominal cavity
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Prof. Saeed Abuel Makarem
Deep inguinal ring
Superficial inguinal ring
Ant. Wall: External oblique along whole length
Internal oblique along lateral half.
Post. Wall: Fascia Transversalis along whole length.
Conjoint tendon (inguinal falx) along
the medial part.
Reflected ligament along medial ¼.
Floor: Inguinal ligament supported medially by
Roof: Arching lower fibers of internal oblique.
Membranous layer is called Colle’s fascia
It is continuous with the Scarpa’s fascia of the anterior abdominal wall
DIRECT INGUINAL HERNIA
OBLIQUE INGUINAL HERNIA