Figure 10 (A, B): Transverse USG image demonstrating the typical right femoral hernia emerging medial to a compressed femoral vein (FV) with increased intra-abdominal pressure. (A) was taken at rest and (B) during Valsalva
Anatomy - Inguinal Region - Superior Aspect of Inguinal Canal - Transverse USG image. The inferior epigastric vessels have emerged from the right rectus abdominis and are traveling posterolaterally toward their origin. A soft tissue bulge (arrowheads) is seen deep to the rectus, representing the superior aspect of the inguinal canal.
Figure Transverse USG image over the right rectus abdominis just below the umbilicus showing the inferior epigastric vessels (arrow) within the substance of the posterior muscle. Color Doppler may be used to locate the vessels if not immediately apparent
Germinal matrix haemorrhage = Intraventricular Haemorrhage - Left sided intraventricular haemorrhage located at the caudothalamic groove, and extending into the occipital horn, without ventricular dilatation.