STRUCTURE OF THE ABDOMINAL WALL

STRUCTURE OF THE ABDOMINAL WALL - muscle layers in the...

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1 STRUCTURE OF THE ABDOMINAL WALL 1. Bones 5 lumbar vertebrae and intervertebral discs sacrum and os coxa 2. Abdominal Muscles quadratus lumborum rectus abdominis external oblique, external oblique aponeurosis, inguinal ligament, internal oblique, internal oblique aponeurosis, transversus abdominis, aponeurosis of the transversus abdominis. The structure of the rectus sheath
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2 The external oblique is the most superficial of the muscles in the abdominal wall. The internal oblique muscle lies between the external oblique and the transversus abdominis. The transversus abdominis muscle is the deepest of the
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Unformatted text preview: muscle layers in the abdominal wall. 3 3. Inguinal Canal deep and superficial inguinal rings boundaries of the canal spermatic cord, round ligament of the uterus 4 3. Blood Supply superior and inferior epigastric arteries and lumbar arteries 5 The Peritoneum: Parietal peritoneum lines the walls of the abdominal cavity Visceral peritoneum covers the surfaces of organs A mesentery is a double layered fold of peritoneum. Some mesenteries are named. eg the lesser omentum....
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