Crampton line

Cramp·ton line

(kramp'tŏn),
a line from the apex of the cartilage of the last rib downward and forward nearly to the crest of the ilium, then forward parallel with it to a little below the anterior superior spine; a guide to the common iliac artery.
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Crampton,

Sir Philip, Irish surgeon, 1777-1858.
Crampton line - a guide to the common iliac artery.
Crampton muscle - Synonym(s): Brücke muscle
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