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Figure 11 (A, B): Longitudinal USG image through the femoral canal, above the saphenofemoral junction and slightly medial to the center of the femoral vein. The normal peritoneal refl ection (dotted line) is seen superior to the femoral canal, limited by the femoral ring (A). In the absence of a hernia, this distorts, but the inferior margin remains in a similar location (B)

Figure 11 (A, B): Longitudinal USG image through the femoral canal, above the saphenofemoral junction and slightly medial to the center of the femoral vein. The normal peritoneal refl ection (dotted line) is seen superior to the femoral canal, limited by the femoral ring (A). In the absence of a hernia, this distorts, but the inferior margin remains in a similar location (B)