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Suprasternal (Jugular) Notch
sternum body
sternal angle (Angle of Louis)
anterior to start and end of aortic arch and bifurcation of the trachea
manubrium
attachment point for clavicles and first rib
xiphoid process
clavicle
scapula
1. acromium process
2. coracoid process
1. part of scapula where clavicle attaches
2. where pectoralis minor inserts
green: true rib (1-7)
red: false rib (8-10)
black: floating rib (11,12)
1. head
2. neck
3. articular facet for transverse process of vertebra
4. tubercle
5. angle
6. costal groove
1. costal margin
2. costal cartilage
3. intercostal space
4. costo-chondral junction
Thorax Muscles
1. pectoralis major
2. pectoralis minor
3. deltoid muscle
4. external intercostals
5. serratus anterior
6. latissimus dorsi
pectoralis minor inserts at coracoid process of scapula
1. long thoracic nerve
2. pectoral branches of thoracoacromial artery
3. axillary artery and vein
1. lateral pectoral nerve
2. medial pectoral nerve
1. Iliac crest
2. anterior superior iliac spine
3. pubic tubercle
4. pubic crest
5. pubic symphysis
1. external oblique
2. rectus sheath
3. linea alba
4. superficial fascia: Camper's (fatty) and Scarpa's (membranous)
5. aponeurosis
6. inguinal ligament
7. superficial inguinal ring
1. internal oblique
2. transversus abdominus
3. rectus abdominus
4. arcuate line
5. conjoint tendon
6. transversalis fascia
7. extraperitoneal fascia
8. inferior epigastric artery / vein
1. spermatic cord
2. cremaster muscle and internal fascia
3. external spermatic fascia
4. ductus deferens
5. epididymis
6. tunica vaginalis
Note: ilioinguinal nerve (L1) courses through canal with along side spermatic cord
direct inguinal hernia
viscera (bowel) passes medial to inferior epigastric vessels, pushing through peritoneum and transversalis fascia. May pass through superficial inguinal ring.
indirect inguinal hernia
bowel passes lateral to inferior epigastric vessels to enter deep inguinal ring. May pass completely through inguinal canal and into scrotum
thoracic wall layers (superficial to deep)
skin, superficial fascia, external intercostal membrane/muscle, internal intercostal muscle, innermost intercostal muscle, parietal pleura
Abdominal wall layers (superficial to deep)
skin, superficial fatty layer of subcutaneous tissue (Camper fascia), deep membranous layer of subcutaneous tissue (Scarpa fascia), superficial fascia, external oblique, intermediate fascia, internal oblique, deep fascia, transversus abdominus, transversalis fascia, extraperitoneal fat, parietal peritoneum
Spermatic cord layers (superficial to deep)
external spermatic fascia, cremaster muscle, cremasteric fascia, internal spermatic fascia, ductus deferens, testicular vessels
direct inguinal hernia
viscera (bowel) passes medial to inferior epigastric vessels, pushing through peritoneum and transversalis fascia. May pass through superficial inguinal ring.
indirect inguinal hernia
bowel passes lateral to inferior epigastric vessels to enter deep inguinal ring. May pass completely through inguinal canal and into scrotum
thoracic wall layers (superficial to deep)
skin, superficial fascia, external intercostal membrane/muscle, internal intercostal muscle, innermost intercostal muscle, parietal pleura
Abdominal wall layers (superficial to deep)
skin, superficial fatty layer of subcutaneous tissue (Camper fascia), deep membranous layer of subcutaneous tissue (Scarpa fascia), superficial fascia, external oblique, intermediate fascia, internal oblique, deep fascia, transversus abdominus, transversalis fascia, extraperitoneal fat, parietal peritoneum
Spermatic cord layers (superficial to deep)
external spermatic fascia, cremaster muscle, cremasteric fascia, internal spermatic fascia, ductus deferens, testicular vessels