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A

Aponeuroses of external oblique

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B

Aponeuroses of internal oblique

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C

Transverse abdominal

4

D

Transversalis fascia

5

E

Space of Bogros

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F

Peritoneum

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G

Inguinal falx (conjoint tendon) forming posterior wall of canal

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H

Iliopubic tract

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I

Inguinal ligament forming "gutter" (floor of inguinal canal)

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J

Superior ramus of pubis

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K

Facia lata of thigh

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L

Anterior wall of inguinal canal (intercrural fibers)

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M

Membranous layer of sub-cutaneous tissue

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N

Spermatic cord

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O

Fatty layer

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P

Skin

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1

Exterior oblique muscle

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2

Internal oblique muscle

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3

Transverse abdominal muscle

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4

Extraperitoneal fat

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5

Endoabdominal (transversalis) fascia

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6

Parietal peritoneum

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Investing (deep) fascia----superficial, intermediate, and deep

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8

Deep membranous layer of subcutaneous tissue (Scarpa fascia)

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Superficial fatty layer of subcutaneous tissue (Camper fascia)

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Skin (cut edge)

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A

Rectus abdominis

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B

Tendinous intersections

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C

External oblique

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D

Anterior superior iliac spine (ASIS)

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E

Sartorius

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F

Quadriceps femoris

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G

Superficial inguinal ring

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H

Semilunar line

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I

Linea alba

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3

Umbilicus

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Region 1

Epigastric region

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Region 2

Umbilical region

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Region 3

Pubic region

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Region 4

L. hypochondriac region

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Region 5

L. lateral (lumbar) region

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Region 6

L. inguinal region

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Region 7

R. hypochondriac region

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Region 8

R. lateral (lumbar) region

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Region 9

R. inguinal region

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A

Coastal margin (arch)

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B

Left upper quadrant (LUQ)

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C

Left lower quadrant (LLQ)

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D

Periumbilical region

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E

Right lower quadrant (RLQ)

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F

Right upper quadrant (RUQ)

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1

Pectoralis major (sternocostal part)

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2

Serratus anterior

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3

Pectoralis major (abdominal part)

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4

External oblique

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5

External oblique aponeurosis

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6

Rectus sheath, anterior layer

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7

Inguinal ligament

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8

Superficial inguinal ring

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9

spermatic cord, cremaster muscle

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10

Fundiform ligament of the penis

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Umbilicus

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12

Linea alba

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13

Sternum

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A

External oblique

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B

Rectus abdominis

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C

Rectus sheath, anterior layer

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D

Linea alba

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E

Superficial membranous layer of the subcutaneous tissue (Scarpa's fascia)

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F

Superficial fatty layer of the subcutaneous tissue (Camper's fascia)

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G

External oblique aponeurosis

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H

Internal oblique aponeurosis

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I

Transversus abdominis aponeurosis

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J

Transversalis fascia

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K

Parietal peritoneum

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L

Rectus sheath, posterior layer

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M

Transversus abdominis

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N

Internal oblique

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1

External oblique aponeurosis

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2

Internal oblique aponeurosis

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3

Rectus sheath

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4

Linea alba

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5

Superficial abdominal fascia

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6

Parietal peritoneum

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7

Trasversalis fascia

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8

Trasversus abdominis aponeurosis

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A

Tendinous intersections

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B

Rectus sheath

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C

Umbilicus

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D

Linea alba

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E

Aponeurosis of external oblique

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F

Inguinal ligament

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G

External oblique (cut)

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H

Internal oblique (cut)

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I

Transversus abdominis

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J

Rectus abdominis

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K

External intercostal

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1

Esophageal hiatus

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2

Median arcuate ligament

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3

Lateral arcuate ligament

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4

Medial arcuate ligament

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5

Quadratus lumborum

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6

Psoas minor

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7

Iliopsoas

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8

Iliacus

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9

Psoas major

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10

Transversus abdominis

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11

Aortic hiatus

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12

Diaphragm, lumbar part and left crus

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13

Diaphragm, costal part

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14

Central tendon

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15

Caval opening

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Direction of lymphatic drainage of A?

To parasternal lymph nodes

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B

Axillary lymph nodes

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Direction of lymphatic drainage of C?

To anterior diaphragmatic lymph nodes

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D

Transumbilical plane

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E

Superficial inguinal lymph nodes

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F

Thoracoepigastric vv.

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A

Deep inguinal ring

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B

Inguinal ligament

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C

Inguinal canal

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D

Femoral a. and vv.

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E

Cremaster muscle and spermatic cord

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F

Transversalis fascia (= internal spermatic fascia)

125

G

Peritoneum of hernial sac

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H

Superficial inguinal ring

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What type of hernia is this?

Indirect inguinal hernia

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1

Inferior epigastric a. and vv.

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2

Cremasteric fascia

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3

Sartorius and pectineus under fascia lata

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4

Cremaster muscle and spermatic cord

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5

Peritoneum of hernial sac

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6

Transversalis fascia

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Location of Hesselbach's triangle

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8

External oblique aponeurosis

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What type hernia is this?

Direct inguinal hernia