Hierarchia anatomiczna

Anatomia ogólna > Układ mięśniowy > Mięśnie brzucha > Mięsień poprzeczny brzucha > Sierp pachwinowy; ścięgno łączące

Tłumaczenia

Opis

Description:
The inguinal aponeurotic falx (falx aponeurotica inguinalis; conjoined tendon of Internal oblique and Transversalis muscle) of the Obliquus internus and Transversus is mainly formed by the lower part of the tendon of the Transversus, and is inserted into the crest of the pubis and pectineal line immediately behind the subcutaneous inguinal ring, serving to protect what would otherwise be aweak point in the abdominal wall. Lateral to the falx is a ligamentous band connected with the lower margin of the Transversus and extending down in front of the inferior epigastric artery to the superior ramus of the pubis; it is termed the interfoveolar ligament of Hesselbach and sometimes contains a few muscular fibers.


Eponim

Henle's

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