DR.Anupama S B💖
DR.Anupama S B💖
in Discussion | 2 years ago

#Differential_diagnosis_femoral_hernia • Inguinal canal: The swelling of an inguinal hernia lies above the medial end of the inguinal ligament. The sac of a femoral hernia lies below and lateral to the pubic tubercle. • Superficial inguinal lymph nodes • Great saphenous vein: A localized dilatation of the terminal part of the great saphenous vein, a saphenous varix, can cause confusion. • Psoas sheath: Tuberculous infection of a lumbar vertebra can result in the extravasation of pus down the psoas sheath into the thigh. • Femoral artery: Aneurysm of the femoral artery.

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