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29 Cards in this Set

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Vertebral level of umbilicus
Spinal levels to muscles of anterior abdominal wall
Structure that forms superficial inguinal ring
Aponeurosis of external posteriorly
Structure that forms deep inguinal ring
Transversalis fascia
Structure that forms floor of inguinal canal
Inguinal ligament
Bony attachments of inguinal ligament
ASIS and pubic tubercle
Structures that form conjoint tendon
Internal oblique and transversus abdominis
Abdominal layer continuous with external spermatic fascia
External oblique
Abdominal layer continuous with cremasteric fascia
Internal oblique
Abdominal layer continuous with internal spermatic fascia
Transversalis fascia
Type of hernia that enters deep inguinal ring
Indirect inguinal
Most common type of hernia
Indirect inguinal
Most common site for indirect inguinal hernia
Type of hernia that protrudes through Hesselbachs triangle
Direct inguinal
Boundaries of Hesselbachs triangle
Inguinal ligament
Rectus abdominis
Inferior epigastric artery
Inferior epigastric vein
Type of hernia that traverses both deep and superficial rings
Indirect inguinal
Condition in which fluid accumulates in processus vaginalis
Communication between lesser and greater sacs
Epiploic foramen
Superior border of epiploic foramen
Caudate lobe of liver
Inferior border of epiploic foramen
Part one of duodenum
Posterior border of epiploic foramen
Ligament that contains hepatic artery, portal vein and bile duct
Hepatoduodenal (lesser omentum)
Structure that limits spread of ascitic fluid superiorly from left paracolic gutter
Phrenicocolic ligament
Structure that limits spread of ascitic fluid inferiorly from right infracolic compartment
Root of mesentery
Superior extent of right paracolic gutter
Hepatorenal recess
Most inferior portion of peritoneal cavity
Rectouterine pouch
Structures supplied by celiac artery
Stomach, duodenum, liver, spleen, gallbladder, pancreas
Branches of celiac artery
Left gastric
Location of initial pain of appendicitis
Umbilical region