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Alcock's canal 
alveolar pore 
anal canal +  
anterior intestinal portal 
atrial foramen intermedium 
bone foramen +  
carpal tunnel 
central canal of spinal cord +  
diencephalic part of interventricular foramen 
external acoustic meatus +  
fallopian tube +  
femoral canal 
The compartment of the femoral sheath that contains efferent lymphatic vessels and a lymph node embedded in a small amount of areolar tissue. It is conical in shape and is about 2 cm long. The femoral canal is bordered: Anteriorly by the inguinal ligament Posteriorly by the pectineal ligament Medially by the lacunar ligament Laterally by the femoral vein It contains the lymph nodes of Cloquet or Rosenmuller. It should not be confused with the nearby adductor canal.
foramen perforans tarsi 
foramen primum 
foramen secundum 
gluteal sulcus 
hair canal 
hyaloid canal 
inflow tract +  
inguinal canal +  
intergluteal cleft 
internal acoustic meatus 
interventricular foramen intermedium 
interventricular foramen of CNS +  
interventricular foramen of heart 
intracranial diverticulum of swimbladder 
lacrimal canaliculus +  
lacrimal drainage system +  
lateral vaginal canal 
lymph node medullary sinus 
lymph node paracortical sinus 
median vaginal canal 
nasal air sac 
nerve foramen +  
notochordal canal 
obturator foramen 
orifice +  
outflow tract +  
ovarian fossa 
pelvic girdle region +  
pelvic region element +  
pelvic wall 
pelvis blood vessel +  
pelvis connective tissue 
pelvis nerve +  
rectal diverticulum 
renal pelvis +  
respiratory airway +  
rete ovarii 
rete testis 
ruminant esophageal groove 
sacral region +  
skin of pelvis +  
subdivision of spinal cord central canal +  
telencephalic part of interventricular foramen 
tube +  
upper respiratory conduit +  
urethra +  
vertebral canal +  
vertebral foramen +  
vesical venous plexus 
vessel +  

Xrefs: FMA:22405 ;   SCTID:361912001 ;   Wikipedia:Femoral_canal
Definition Sources: Wikipedia:Femoral_canal

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