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interfoveolar ligament
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The interfoveolar ligament is a fibromuscular reiforcement of the lateral end of the posterior wall of the inguinal canal. These fibres are derived from the transversus abdominis muscle. They have a crescentic orientation around the medial edge of the deep ring.

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