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What formation is created by the contribution of aponeurosis in a patient's transverse abdominal muscle who is about to undergo a c-section and has genital herpes?



A. Anterior layer of the rectus sheath below the arcuate line
B. Anterior layer of the rectus sheath above the umbilicus
C. Posterior layer of the rectus sheath below the arcuate line
D. Deep inguinal ring
E. Lacunar ligament
Asked by Blythe, Last updated: Mar 16, 2018

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered on Sep 09, 2016

Anterior layer of the rectus sheath below the arcuate line-the anterior layer of the rectus sheath below the arcuate line is formed by aponeuroses of the external and internal oblique and transverse abdominal muscles, but there is no posterior layer of the rectus sheath below the arcuate line. the anterior layer of the rectus sheath above the umbilicus is formed by aponeuroses of the external and internal oblique abdominal muscles. the deep inguinal ring lies in the transversalis fascia. the lacunar ligament is formed by the external oblique abdominal aponeurosis.
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