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Title: Anatomical triangles
Authors: Leslie Pace, J.
Keywords: Human anatomy -- Variation
Human anatomy -- Miscellanea
Human anatomy -- Terminology
Scarpa's triangle
Issue Date: 1966
Publisher: Malta Medical Students Association
Citation: Leslie Pace, J. (1966). Anatomical triangles. Chest-piece, 2(6), 43-49.
Abstract: Anatomical description is given of certain areas in the human body which have a triangular shape and which are of anatomical or surgical importance. There are at least 30 described anatomical triangles, many of which receive eponymous names. Some are of marked importance and well known e.g. Scarpa's femoral triangle, Hesselbach's inguinal triangle, and Petit's lumbar triangle; others are of relatively minor importance and not so well-known e.g. Elau's, Friteau's and Assezat's triangles.
Appears in Collections:Chest-piece, volume 2, issue 6
Chest-piece, volume 2, issue 6

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