Gimbernat ligament

la·cu·nar lig·a·ment

[TA]
a curved fibrous band that passes horizontally backward from the medial end of the inguinal ligament to the pectineal line; it forms the medial boundary of the femoral ring.
See also: aponeurosis of external oblique (muscle).

Gimbernat ligament

(him?ber-nat', gim?)
[Antonio de Gimbernat, Sp. surgeon, 1734–1790]
The pectineal portion of the inguinal ligament. Its lateral free edge forms the medial portion of the femoral ring.
Synonym: lacunar ligament

Gimbernat,

Don Manuel L.A. de, Spanish anatomist and surgeon, 1734-1816.
Gimbernat ligament - a curved fibrous band that forms the medial boundary of the femoral ring. Synonym(s): lacunar ligament