Poupart line

Pou·part line

(pū-pahr'),
a vertical line passing through the center of the inguinal ligament on either side; it marks off the hypochondriac, lumbar, and iliac from the epigastric, umbilical, and hypogastric regions, respectively.

Poupart,

François, French anatomist, 1616-1708.
Poupart inguinal ligament
Poupart ligament - a fibrous band that forms the floor of the inguinal canal. Synonym(s): inguinal ligament
Poupart ligament shelving edge
Poupart line - a vertical line that marks off the hypochondriac, lumbar, and iliac from the epigastric, umbilical, and hypogastric regions, respectively.