Medical Definition of Scarpa's triangle

1. A triangular space at the upper part of the thigh, bounded by the sartorius and adductor longus muscles and the inguinal ligament, with a floor formed laterally by the iliopsoas muscle and medially by the pectineus muscle; the branches of the femoral nerve are distributed within the femoral triangle; it is bisected by the femoral vessels, which enter the adductor canal at its apex. Synonym: trigonum femorale, fossa scarpae major, Scarpa's triangle, subinguinal triangle. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scarpa's Triangle

Scarlem
Scarlet
Scarlet Day
Scarlett
Scarpa's fascia
Scarpa's fluid
Scarpa's foramina
Scarpa's ganglion
Scarpa's hiatus
Scarpa's liquor
Scarpa's membrane
Scarpa's method
Scarpa's staphyloma
Scarpa's triangle
Scartella
Scartella cristata
Scatchard plot
Sceliphron
Sceloglaux
Sceloglaux albifacies
Sceloporus
Sceloporus graciosus
Sceloporus occidentalis
Sceloporus undulatus
Schacher
Schacher's ganglion
Schadenfreude

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