Items tagged “abdominal muscles”
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Superior lumbar hernia
Published 06 May 2013
The inguinal ligament (or Poupart's ligament, or the Fallopian ligament) is a fibrous band extending from the anterior superior iliac spine to the pubic tubercule. It is an important anatomical landmark and denotes the transition of the pelvis to the lower limb. Gross anatomy The inguinal lig...
The pyrimidalis muscle is a small paired triangular muscle of the lower anterior abdominal wall that is rudimentary and variably present in humans. Summary origin: pubic symphysis and pubic crest insertion: linea alba at the midway point between umbilicus and pubis innervation: ventral T12 s...
The lacunar ligament, also known as Gimbernat’s ligament, is a crescent-shaped ligament that extends between the inguinal ligament and pectineal ligament, close to their point of insertion to the pubic tubercle. Gross anatomy The lacunar ligament is formed by the lower border of the aponeurosi...