Scultetus position

Scul·te·tus po·si·tion

(skŭl-tē'tŭs),
a supine position on an inclined plane with head low, recommended by Scultetus for herniotomy and castration.

Scul·te·tus po·si·tion

(skŭl-tē'tŭs pŏ-zish'ŏn)
A supine position on an inclined plane with head low, recommended by Scultetus for herniotomy and castration.

Scultetus position

A position in which the head is low and the body is on an inclined plane.

Scultetus,

(originally Schultes), Johann, German surgeon, 1595-1645.
Scultetus bandage - applied to the thorax or abdomen. Synonym(s): many-tailed bandage
Scultetus binder
Scultetus position - supine position on an inclined plane, with head low.