Triangle Below Canal is a female-centric half-hour comedy, which has been set up at HBO, explores the plight of frustrated married young mothers in New York.
Status: In Development
Runtime: 30 minutes
Triangle Below Canal - Femoral triangle - Netflix
The femoral triangle (or Scarpa's triangle) is an anatomical region of the upper third of the thigh. It is a subfascial space which appears as a triangular depression below the inguinal ligament when the thigh is flexed, abducted and laterally rotated.
Triangle Below Canal - Structure - Netflix
The femoral triangle is bounded: superiorly (also known as the base) by the inguinal ligament. medially by the medial border of the adductor longus muscle. laterally by the medial border of the sartorius muscle. The apex of the triangle is continuous with the adductor canal. The roof is formed by the skin, superficial fascia, and deep fascia (fascia lata). The superficial fascia contains the superficial inguinal lymph nodes, femoral branch of the genitofemoral nerve, branches of the ilioinguinal nerve, superficial branches of the femoral artery with accompanying veins, and upper part of the great saphenous vein. The deep fascia has a saphenous opening and the opening is covered by the cribiform fascia. Its floor is formed by the pectineus and adductor longus muscles medially and iliopsoas muscle laterally.
Triangle Below Canal - References - Netflix