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Figure 2: Ultrasound illustration demonstrating the anterior abdominal wall anatomy in a patient with ascites. (a) midline subumbilical aponeurotic plane between rectus abdominis muscles (Blue outline). (b) lateral aponeurotic plane between rectus abdominis and lateral abdominal wall muscles (Redline). (c) color Doppler image showing inferior epigastric artery (Dotted arrow) along with veins in the posterior rectus sheath. (d) grayscale image showing deep circumflex iliac artery in the transverse abdominis muscle. R-Rectus abdominis, L-Lateral abdominal wall muscles, and T-Transverse abdominis

Figure 2: Ultrasound illustration demonstrating the anterior abdominal wall anatomy in a patient with ascites. (a) midline subumbilical aponeurotic plane between rectus abdominis muscles (Blue outline). (b) lateral aponeurotic plane between rectus abdominis and lateral abdominal wall muscles (Redline). (c) color Doppler image showing inferior epigastric artery (Dotted arrow) along with veins in the posterior rectus sheath. (d) grayscale image showing deep circumflex iliac artery in the transverse abdominis muscle. R-Rectus abdominis, L-Lateral abdominal wall muscles, and T-Transverse abdominis