Gimbernat

Gim·ber·nat

(hēm-bār-naht'),
Antonio de, Spanish anatomist and surgeon, 1734-1816. See: Gimbernat ligament.
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The femoral ring is released by incision of a small portion of inguinal ligament in the cranial direction and/or the lacunar ligament of Gimbernat, just to ensure appropriate relaxation of the hernia gate for the release of the strangulated bowel.
El ligamento lacunar (de Gimbernat) son fibras de la aponeurosis del musculo oblicuo externo que se reflejan hacia el pubis antes de llegar al tuberculo del pubis, se inclinan hacia abajo, atras y afuera y se insertan en el pecten del pubis (cresta pectinea), formando una lamina fibrosa triangular (Casiraghi et al.; Moore et al.).
Jose Ardevol Gimbernat (1911-1981), composer and pianist, was born in Barcelona.