retroinguinal space

(redirected from Bogros space)

ret·ro·in·gui·nal space

[TA]
a triangular space between the peritoneum and the transversalis fascia, at the lower angle of which is the inguinal ligament; it contains the lower portion of the external iliac artery.

retroinguinal space

the subdivision of the extraperitoneal space bounded by the peritoneum above and the fascia transversalis below.

Bogros,

Jean-Annet, French anatomist, 1786-1823.
Bogros space - a triangular space between the peritoneum and the transversalis fascia. Synonym(s): retroinguinal space