Overview of the anatomy & cutaneous Innervation of right inguinal region. Clinical anatomy defines the inguinal region of the abdominal wall as the area between the anterior superior iliac spine and the pubic tubercle (in other words, the groin or lower lateral parts of the abdomen). This region is particularly important for examination of males because the spermatic cord, the testes, and the scrotum are included in this area. This area is also proned to herniations.
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