femoral ring

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fem·o·ral ring

[TA]
the superior opening of the femoral canal, bounded anteriorly by the inguinal ligament, posteriorly by the pectineus muscle, medially by the lacunar ligament, and laterally by the femoral vein. Passageway by which many lymphatics from lower limb pass to abdomen. Accommodates enlargement of femoral vein in Valsalva maneuver. Often occupied by a lymph node (Cloquet) and is the site of femoral hernias.
Synonym(s): anulus femoralis [TA], crural ring
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femoral ring

The superior aperture of the femoral canal, approx. 1 cm in diameter.
See also: ring
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femoral ring

The abdominal opening of the femoral canal.
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