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Laboratory 12. Anterior and Medial Thigh Region
Step 2. Boundaries of the Femoral Triangle

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In the proximal portion of the thigh, identify the boundaries and contents of the femoral triangle . It is bordered superiorly by the inguinal ligament, medially by the medial border of adductor longus muscle, and laterally by the medial border of sartorius muscle. Its roof is formed by the skin and fascia lata of the thigh. The floor of the femoral triangle is formed medially by adductor longus muscle and pectineus muscle and laterally by the iliopsoas muscle.

Links and References:
Grant's: 516 and 517
Netter (1ed.): 470 (2ed.): 466
Rohen/Yokochi: 426, 440, and 450