Anatomy is a crucial subject when it comes to NEET PG exam preparations. Having a strong understanding of the subject is crucial, specifically for all the high-yield topics in anatomy. In this blog, we will take a look at one of the key topics in anatomy that is commonly covered in the NEET PG examination, Inguinal Canal & Spermatic Cord.
Read this blog further for effective, crisp and concise medical notes on this important topic.
BOUNDARIES AND CONTENT
External oblique runs antero inferiorly forms ant, wall inturned tendon forming inguinal ligament to form floor of inguinal canal.
Superficial inguinal ring → defect in ext. oblique aponeurosis
Spermatic cord come from superficial inguinal ring towards testis
Attaches to anterior superior iliac spine to pubic tubercle
Modification of external oblique aponeurosis
Internal oblique forms arching fibres which form anterior wall, roof & post. wall of inguinal canal in medial aspect
More lateral & do not contribute to ant. Wall
Sends arching fibres to form roof & posterior wall in medial aspect
Merges with fibres of internal oblique forming CONJOINT TENDON
Present deep to transversus abdominis
Defect in transversalis fascia → DEEP INGUINAL RING
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