Mayo-Robson position

May·o-Rob·son po·si·tion

(mā'ō rob'sŏn),
a supine position with a thick pad under the loins, causing a marked lordosis; used in operations on the gallbladder.

May·o-Rob·son po·si·tion

(mā'ō-rob'sŏn pŏ-zish'ŏn)
A supine position with a thick pad under the loins, causing a marked lordosis in this region; used in operations on the gallbladder.

Mayo-Robson,

Sir Arthur W., English surgeon, 1853-1933.
Mayo-Robson point - a point just above and to the right of the umbilicus, where tenderness on pressure exists in disease of the pancreas.
Mayo-Robson position - a supine position used in gallbladder operations.