Medial inguinal fossa
|Medial inguinal fossa|
Posterior view of the anterior abdominal wall in its lower half. The peritoneum is in place, and the various cords are shining through.
|Latin||fossa inguinalis medialis|
The medial inguinal fossa is a depression located within the inguinal triangle on the peritoneal surface of the anterior abdominal wall between the ridges formed by the lateral umbilical fold and the medial umbilical ligament, corresponding to the superficial inguinal ring.
It is associated with direct inguinal hernias.
- Anatomy figure: 36:03-11 at Human Anatomy Online, SUNY Downstate Medical Center - "Internal surface of the anterior abdominal wall."
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