Carus curve

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Ca·rus curve

(kah'rŭs),
an imaginary curved line obtained from a mathematical formula, supposed to indicate the outlet of the pelvic canal.
Synonym(s): Carus circle

Ca·rus curve

, Carus circle (kahr'ŭs kŭrv, sĭr'kĕl)
An imaginary curved line obtained from a mathematical formula, supposed to indicate the outlet of the pelvic canal.

Carus,

Karl G., German anatomist and zoologist, 1789-1869.
Carus circle - Synonym(s): Carus curve
Carus curve - an imaginary curved line obtained from a mathematical formula, supposed to indicate the outlet of the pelvic canal. Synonym(s): Carus circle