Harrison groove

Har·ri·son groove

(har'i-sŏn),
a deformity of the ribs which results from the pull of the diaphragm on ribs weakened by rickets or other softening of the bone.

Har·ri·son groove

(har'i-sŏn grūv)
A deformity of the ribs that results from the pull of the diaphragm on ribs weakened by rickets or other softening of the bone.

Harrison groove

(har′ĭ-sŏn)
[Edwin Harrison, Brit. physician, 1779–1847]
A depression on the lower edge of the thorax caused by the tug of the diaphragm, seen in rickets and any infant disease that tends to obstruct inspiration.

Harrison,

Edward, English physician, 1766-1838.
Harrison groove - a deformity of the ribs.