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Plexo solar y conducto inguinal

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Manuel Lopez

on 17 October 2012

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Transcript of Plexo solar y conducto inguinal

Conducto Inguinal Thank you for your attention! Limites Clinica PLEXO SOLAR Superior: Musculo oblicuo interno, musculo transverso del abdomen y tendon conjunto.
Inferior: Ligamento inguinal
Anterior: Musculo oblicuo externo y su fascia
Posterior: Fascia transversalis y peritoneo parietal 1. Bolsa vaginal visceral
2. Bolsa vaginal parietal
3. Espermatica Interna (Fascia transversalis)
4. Eritroide o Musculo cremaster (Oblicuo Interno)
5. Espermatica Externa (Oblicuo Externo)
6. Musculo Dartos
7. Piel y TCS (Camper) Capas Superficial Anillos inguinales Lim Medial: Pilar medial
Lim Lateral: Plilar lateral
Lim Posterior: Pilar posterior (Colles)
Esta recubierto por las fibras intercrurales (Nicaise) Profundo Este anillo no tiene forma, solo se puede diferenciar por medial el ligamento interfoveolar y por superior el tendon conjunto Contenido Ant:
Plexo pampiniforme ant (venas testiculares ant), Arteria Testicular y rama genital del nervio genitofemoral.

Plexo pampiniforme post (venas testiculares post), Arteria deferente, Arteria cremasterica (epigastrica inferior) y conducto deferente. Hernias Inguinales
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