Labbe triangle

Lab·bé tri·an·gle

(lah-bā'),
an area bounded below by a horizontal line touching the lower edge of the cartilage of the left ninth rib, laterally by the line of the false ribs, and to the right side by the liver; here the stomach is normally in contact with the abdominal wall.

Labbé,

Leon, French surgeon, 1832-1916.
Labbé triangle - an area where the stomach is normally in contact with the abdominal wall.
Labbé vein - an inconstant vein that passes from the superficial middle cerebral vein posteriorly over the lateral aspect of the temporal lobe to enter the transverse sinus. Synonym(s): inferior anastomotic vein