Femoral Triangle 3D

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    • * It is bounded by the inguinal ligament superiorly, the sartorius muscle laterally, and the adductor longus muscle medially.
    • * It has the floor, which consists of iliopsoas, pectineus, and adductor longus muscles
    • * Its roof is formed by the fascia lata and the cribriform fascia. * It contains the femoral nerve, artery, vein, and lymphatics

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  • Description

    • * It is bounded by the inguinal ligament superiorly, the sartorius muscle laterally, and the adductor longus muscle medially.
    • * It has the floor, which consists of iliopsoas, pectineus, and adductor longus muscles
    • * Its roof is formed by the fascia lata and the cribriform fascia. * It contains the femoral nerve, artery, vein, and lymphatics

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