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Pectoralis major muscle

Xiphoid process

Rectus sheath

Thoracoepigastric vein

Superficial circumflex iliac vessels

Superficial epigastric vessels

Superficial external pudendal vessels

Fundiform ligament

Superficial fascia of penis and scrotum (dartos) (cut)

Deep (Buck's) fascia of penis with deep dorsal vein of penis showing through

Great saphenous vein

Superficial dorsal vein of penis

Figure 16-1 Anatomy of the anterior abdominal wall. (A) Anterior view of superficial dissection of the anterior abdominal wall. (B) Intermediate dissection. (C) Transverse section through the abdominal wall above the arcuate line, demonstrating the layers of the anterior abdominal wall. Below the arcuate line, the posterior rectus sheath is absent. (Source: The Netter Collection. Icon Learning Systems.)

Serratus anterior muscle

Latissimus dorsi muscle

Muscular part of external oblique muscle

Aponeurotic part of external oblique muscle

Anterior superior iliac spine

Inguinal ligament (Poupart)

Intercrural fibers

Superficial inguinal ring

External spermatic fascia on spermatic cord

Cribriform fascia in saphenous opening

Great saphenous vein

Superficial dorsal vein of penis

Pectoralis major muscle

Xiphoid process

Rectus sheath

Linea alba

Subcutaneous tissue (superficial fascia) of abdomen

Thoracoepigastric vein

Camper's (fatty) layer of subcutaneous tissue of abdomen

Scarpa's (membranous) layer of subcutaneous tissue of abdomen (turned back)

Attachment of Scarpa's layer to fascia lata

Superficial circumflex iliac vessels

Superficial epigastric vessels

Superficial external pudendal vessels

Fundiform ligament

Superficial fascia of penis and scrotum (dartos) (cut)

Deep (Buck's) fascia of penis with deep dorsal vein of penis showing through

Figure 16-1 Anatomy of the anterior abdominal wall. (A) Anterior view of superficial dissection of the anterior abdominal wall. (B) Intermediate dissection. (C) Transverse section through the abdominal wall above the arcuate line, demonstrating the layers of the anterior abdominal wall. Below the arcuate line, the posterior rectus sheath is absent. (Source: The Netter Collection. Icon Learning Systems.)

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