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syeda irha hasan
syeda irha hasanabout 2 months ago
Hesselbach triangle hernia

Hesselbach triangle hernia

The Hesselbach triangle, also called the inguinal triangle, is a region of the lower, anterior abdominal wall, or groin, that was first described by Frank Hesselbach, a German surgeon and anatomist, in 1806. It describes a potential area of weakness in the abdominal wall, through which a hernia can protrude.

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