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Inguinal canal
Canalis inguinalis

Practical education of the canalis inguinalis

is a part of the syllabi as a topography dissection in 4th semester and as a seminary using a multilayer model in 1st semester witha correlation on the wet muscular preparates. A scanned hand-drawn model used routinnely by students is presented at this page identification of all important anatomical structures which both participates in the inguinal canal walls and limit the inguinal and femoral hernia occurence are emphasized here. 

Hernias of the inguinal region

Following pictures and legend depict the individual layers:

M. obliquus abd. externus

M. obliquus abd. internus

M. transversus abdominis

M. transversus abdominis - the internal view

Legend to the inguinal canal descripiton

Detailed text

To make up your own model please print following pages:

M. obliquus abd. externus

M. obliquus abd. internus

M. trasnversus abdominis

M. transversus abdominis - the internal view