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Hesselbach's triangle

Hesselbach's triangle or the inguinal triangle is a triangular area on the inferior aspect of the anterior abdominal wall within the groin. Its boundaries are:

History and etymology

Named after FC Hesselbach (1759-1816), German anatomist and surgeon 1.

Related pathology

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