medial umbilical ligament

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cord of umbilical artery

the obliterated umbilical artery that persists as a fibrous cord passing upward alongside the bladder to the umbilicus.
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Supravesical hernia is a rare phenomenon where the intraabdominal content either intestine or omentum protrudes through the supravesical fossa, a triangular area bounded laterally and above by median and medial umbilical ligaments and below by the peritoneal reflection that passes from the anterior abdominal wall to the dome of the bladder.
The supravesical fossa is the area of abdominal wall between remnant of urachus (Median umbilical ligament) and remnant of left or right umbilical artery (medial umbilical ligament).