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24-A Introduction inguinal canal

Overview of the previous disection of the abdominal wall and an introduction to the inguinal canal.

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9-F regions of the abdomen

In clinical practice we need to be precise about how we describe areas of the abdominal wall. There are various 'lines' which can be drawn across the abdomen to divide the abdomen into…

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9-P dermatomes

Nerve supply of the abdominal wall. A dermatome is an area of skin supplied by a single sensory spinal nerve, a myotome is a block of muscle supplied by a single spinal nerve. In the abdominal wall…

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9-R summary abdominal wall muscles

View of the completed discetion of the anterior abdominal wall

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9-S summary of abdominal muscles close view

Closer view of the completed discetion of the anterior abdominal wall

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10-A incisions in muscle wall

Making incisions in the anterior abdominal wall to enter the peritoneal cavity

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10-C inferior ligaments

locating folds of peritoneum, reminants of the bilateral umbilical arteries and a degenerated connection from the bladder to the umbilicus, the urachus, on the inner surface of the lower abdominal…

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10-F inner surface of the lower abdominal wall

The ligaments and folds on the inside or the lower abdominal wall which act as landmarks

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