Lateral umbilical folds
The lateral umbilical folds are raised ridges of parietal peritoneum in the deep aspect of the anterior abdominal wall overlying the inferior epigastric vessels. The paired folds originate medial to the deep inguinal ring and end at the arcuate line on the posterior aspect of the anterior abdominal wall. The medial fossae lie between the medial and lateral umbilical folds. The lateral fossae lie laterally to the lateral umbilical folds.
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