Figure 3.

Section of inguinal canal at rest. 1) External oblique aponeurosis, 2) Internal oblique muscle, 3) Transversus abdominis muscle, 4) Endo abdominal fascia, 5) Internal inguinal ring, 6) Iliopubic tract, 7) Inguinal ligament, 8) Pubic symphisis, 9) Spermatic cord, 10) Interparietal connective tissue (cremasteric fascia), 11) cremasteric muscle, 12) Aponeurotic layer of posterior inguinal wall, 13) Fascial layer of posterior inguinal wall

Desarda BMC Surgery 2003 3:2   doi:10.1186/1471-2482-3-2
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