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Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . ed and protruding parietalperitoneum, and subdivided into (a) the month,the aperture corresponding to the internal her-nial orifice ; (<^) the body, the expanded pro-truding portion, the lowest portion of which iscalled iQ fundus; and (c) the 7ieck, the constricted portion connecting the bodyand mouth ; and (2) the contents, which in the order of frequency are ileum, omen-tum, jejunum, sigmoid, caecum, and transverse colon. More rarely the ascendingand descending colon, the bladder, the ovary, and the variou

Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . ed and protruding parietalperitoneum, and subdivided into (a) the month,the aperture corresponding to the internal her-nial orifice ; (<^) the body, the expanded pro-truding portion, the lowest portion of which iscalled iQ fundus; and (c) the 7ieck, the constricted portion connecting the bodyand mouth ; and (2) the contents, which in the order of frequency are ileum, omen-tum, jejunum, sigmoid, caecum, and transverse colon. More rarely the ascendingand descending colon, the bladder, the ovary, and the variou Stock Photo
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Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . ed and protruding parietalperitoneum, and subdivided into (a) the month, the aperture corresponding to the internal her-nial orifice ; (<^) the body, the expanded pro-truding portion, the lowest portion of which iscalled iQ fundus; and (c) the 7ieck, the constricted portion connecting the bodyand mouth ; and (2) the contents, which in the order of frequency are ileum, omen-tum, jejunum, sigmoid, caecum, and transverse colon. More rarely the ascendingand descending colon, the bladder, the ovary, and the various abdominal viscera, withthe exception of the liver, have been found among the contents of herniae. Inguinal hernia, by far the most frequent of all the varieties of hernia, (95-97 per cent, in males, 55-60 per cent, in females), may best be studied anatom- Fio. 14S4. Fundus Diagram showins: j^eneral components of externalabdominal hernia. Anterior superior iliac spine -— Pouparts ligament Falciform process-Iliac portion of fascia lata. Femoral ring.Femoral arteryFemoral vein. Internal saphenous vein Aponeurosis of external oblique Intercolumnar fibres External abdominal ringExternal pillarInternal pillar —Gimbernats ligament Pubic portion of fascia lataSpermatic cord Scrotum Dissection of right inguinal region, showing external abdominal ring and saphenous opening in fascia lata. ically by considering its mode of production when, (a) as a direct result of somedevelopmental defect, it is present at or soon after birth ; (b) the hernial sac beingpresent congenitally, the hernia follows some increase of intra-abdominal pressure ;or, (c) as a consequence of a less marked—or less complete—original defect or of 1764 HUMAN ANATONH. an acquired defect {vide supra), the luriiia develops in the presence f)f causativefactors (pa}, a 1759). Accjuaintance with the chanj^^es in the alxloniinal wall and peritoneum involvedin the descent of the testis is necessary to an understandinj^ o

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