Gruber cul-de-sac

Gru·ber cul-de-sac

(grū'bĕr),
a lateral diverticulum in the suprasternal space beside the medial extremity of the clavicle behind the sternal attachment of the sternocleidomastoid muscle.

Gruber,

Wenzel (Wenaslaus) L., Russian anatomist, 1814-1890.
Gruber cul-de-sac - a lateral diverticulum in the suprasternal space.
Gruber-Landzert fossa - the variable peritoneal recess which lies behind the inferior duodenal fold and along the ascending part of the duodenum. Synonym(s): inferior duodenal recess