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
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 the internal oblique from the inguinal ligament
OBLIQUE INGUINAL HERNIA