reflected inguinal ligament

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re·flect·ed in·gui·nal lig·a·ment

[TA]
slightly reinforced portion of the external oblique aponeurosis, formed by fibers derived from the medial portion of the inguinal ligament of one side that run medially and slightly superiorly, defining the inferior margin of the superficial inguinal ring; the fibers then pass on the deep aspect of the ipsilateral medial crus, crossing the linea alba and running within the contralateral aponeurosis to course parallel and superior to the contralateral inguinal ligament.
See also: aponeurosis of external oblique (muscle).

re·flect·ed in·gui·nal lig·a·ment

(rĕ-flek'tĕd ing'gwi-năl lig'ă-mĕnt) [TA]
A triangular fibrous band extending from the aponeurosis of the external oblique to the pubic tubercle of the opposite side.

Colles,

Abraham, Irish surgeon, 1773-1843.
Colles fascia - Synonym(s): superficial fascia of perineum
Colles fracture - a fracture of the lower end of the radius with displacement of the distal fragment dorsally.
Colles ligament - a triangular fibrous band extending from the aponeurosis of the external oblique to the pubic tubercle of the opposite side. Synonym(s): reflected inguinal ligament
Colles operation
Colles sling
Colles space - Synonym(s): superficial perineal space
Colles splint