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Abdominal Cavity

The Abdominal Cavity is the largest body cavity which is present in the torso of the mammals between the thoracic cavity. A central gut tube (gastrointestinal system) which is suspended from the posterior abdominal wall and also somewhat from the anterior abdominal wall with thin sheets of tissue

Abdominal Wall

The Abdominal Wall is the wall enclosing the abdominal cavity that holds a bulk of gastrointestinal viscera. A good amount of area is covered by the abdominal wall. The xiphoid process and costal margins bound it superiorly, the vertebral column posteriorly and the upper parts of the

Fascia Transversalis

Fascia Transversalis is the inner outermost layer of the transversus abdominis muscle which is lined by a thin layer of fascia. Anterior and posterior surfaces of each of the three flat muscles is covered by a layer of deep (or investing) fascia. Generally, the layer deep to

Femoral Sheath

Femoral Sheath is the upper 3.75 cm of femoral vessels is enclosed by funnel-shaped fascial sheath. The abdominal cavity and apex unite with the tunica adventitia of the femoral vessels where the base of the femoral sheath is directed towards the upward side. The downward prolongation of the

Inguinal Triangle (Hesselbach’s Triangle)

The location of the the inguinal triangle is found deep to the posterior wall of the inguinal canal. This is why the inguinal triangle is observed on the inner aspect of the lower part of the anterior abdominal wall. Continue The Rest of The Article Below…  Boundaries

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