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Reconstruction: the fourth layer. The second layer of imbrication using the external and internal oblique. The benefit of incising the cribiformis fascia and the mobilization of the lateral flap of external oblique is realized as a small flap of external oblique remains after the four layers. This small flap is used to reconstruct the inguinal canal and restore the natural anatomic position of the cord structures.

Reconstruction: the fourth layer. The second layer of
imbrication using the external and internal oblique. The benefit of
incising the cribiformis fascia and the mobilization of the lateral flap of external oblique is realized as a small flap of external oblique remains after the four layers. This small flap is used to reconstruct the inguinal canal and restore the natural anatomic position of the cord structures.