lacuna of muscles

lacuna of muscles
muscular lacuna, lacuna musculorum retroinguinalis [TA] a compartment beneath the inguinal ligament for the passage of the iliopsoas muscle and femoral nerve, separated from the lacuna vasorum by the iliopectineal arch. Called also muscular compartment and iliac canal.

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