Hesselbach hernia

Hes·sel·bach her·ni·a

(hes'ĕl-bahk),
hernia with diverticula through the cribriform fascia, presenting a lobular outline.

Hes·sel·bach her·ni·a

(hes'ĕl-bahk hĕr'nē-ă)
Hernia with diverticula through the cribriform fascia, presenting a lobular outline.

Hesselbach hernia

A lobated hernia that passes through the cribriform fascia of the anterior thigh.

Hesselbach,

Franz K., German anatomist and surgeon, 1759-1816.
Hesselbach fascia - the part of the superficial fascia of the thigh that covers the saphenous opening. Synonym(s): cribriform fascia
Hesselbach hernia - hernia with diverticula through the cribriform fascia, presenting a lobular outline.
Hesselbach ligament - fibrous or muscular strands extending from the lower border of the transversus muscle to the lacunar ligament and pectineal fascia. Synonym(s): interfoveolar ligament
Hesselbach triangle - the triangular area in the lower abdominal wall bounded by the inguinal ligament, the border of the rectus abdominis, and the inferior epigastric vessels. Synonym(s): inguinal triangle