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Figure 1: Simplified illustration of the course of the right inferior epigastric vessels (asterisks), indicating their relationship medial to the edge of the deep inguinal ring (D). From their origin at the external iliac vessels just above the inguinal ligament (IL), they travel from deep to superfi cial, passing behind the inguinal canal (IC), to pierce the posterior rectus abdominis (R)

Figure 1: Simplified illustration of the course of the right inferior epigastric vessels (asterisks), indicating their relationship medial to the edge of the deep inguinal ring (D). From their origin at the external iliac vessels just above the inguinal ligament (IL), they travel from deep to superfi cial, passing behind the inguinal canal (IC), to pierce the posterior rectus abdominis (R)