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The interior of the anal canal and lower part of the rectum. (Line not shown but region is visible.)
Hilton's white line is slightly below the pectinate line, a landmark for the intermuscular border between internal and external anal sphincter muscles.
In live persons the color of the line is white, hence the name.
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