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The Anatomy of the Abdominal Wall

Inguinal Canal
2 Muscles Form the Roof
Internal Oblique
Transverse Abdominus Muscle
2 Aponeuroses Form the Anterior Wall
External and Internal Abdominal Oblique Aponeuroses
2 Ligaments Form Floor
Lacunar Ligament
Inguinal Ligament
2 T's Form the Posterior Wall
Transversalis Fascia
Conjoint Tendon
Deep Ring is Defect in Transversalis Fascia
Superficial Ring is Formed by Defect in the External Abdominal Oblique Aponeurosis
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Types of Hernias
Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)
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