Fibrous or muscular strands in the transversalis fascia on the medial side of the deep inguinal ring.
Fibrous or muscular strands in the transversalis fascia on the medial side of the deep inguinal ring, extending from the lower border of the transversus muscle to the lacunar ligament.
- F. K. Hesselbach:
Anatomisch-chirurgische Abhandlung über den Urspurng der Leistenbrüche.
Würzburg, Baumgärtner, 1806.
Neueste anatomisch-pathologische Untersuchungen über den Ursprung und das Fortschreiten der Leisten- und Schenkelbrüche. Würzburg, 1814.
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