Halle point


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Hal·lé point

(ah-lā'),
a point at the intersection of a horizontal line touching the anterior superior spine of the ilium and a perpendicular line drawn from the spine of the pubis; here the ureter can be most readily palpated.

Hal·lé point

(ah-lā' poynt)
A point at the intersection of a horizontal line touching the anterior superior spine of the ilium and a perpendicular line drawn from the spine of the pubis; here, the ureter can be most readily palpated.

Halle point

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[Adrien Joseph Marie Nöel Halle, Fr. physician, 1859–1947]
The point at the intersection of a horizontal line drawn from the anterior superior iliac spine and an angled line extending up from the pubic spine. At that point, the ureter is palpable as it crosses the pelvic brim.

Hallé,

Adrien J.M.N., French physician, 1859-1947.
Hallé point - a point where the ureter can be most readily palpated.
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