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Figure 5 (A-C): Simplifi ed diagram of a long axis view through the right inguinal canal. The deep inferior epigastric vessels (three circles) lie at the medial aspect of the deep inguinal ring (black oval) (A). Direct inguinal hernias originate medially to the inferior epigastric vessels (B) and indirect inguinal hernias pass through the deep ring laterally and then over the inferior epigastric vessels (C)

Figure 5 (A-C): Simplifi ed diagram of a long axis view through the right inguinal canal. The deep inferior epigastric vessels (three circles) lie at the medial aspect of the deep inguinal ring (black oval) (A). Direct inguinal hernias originate medially to the inferior epigastric vessels (B) and indirect inguinal hernias pass through the deep ring laterally and then over the inferior epigastric vessels (C)