|Ligament: Interfoveolar ligament|
|The interfoveolar ligament, seen from in front.|
Lateral to the inguinal aponeurotic falx is a ligamentous band connected with the lower margin of the Transversus and extending down in front of the inferior epigastric artery to the superior ramus of the pubis; it is termed the interfoveolar ligament of Hesselbach and sometimes contains a few muscular fibers.
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