Langenbeck triangle

Lan·gen·beck tri·an·gle

(lahng'ĕn-bek),
a triangle formed by lines drawn from the anterior superior iliac spine to the surface of the great trochanter and to the surgical neck of the femur; a penetrating wound in this area likely involves the joint.

Lan·gen·beck tri·an·gle

(lahng'ĕn-bek trī'ang-gĕl)
The area formed by lines drawn from the anterior superior iliac spine to the surface of the greater trochanter and to the surgical neck of the femur; a penetrating wound in this area probably involves the hip joint.

Langenbeck,

Bernhard R.K. von, German surgeon, 1810-1887.
Langenbeck amputation
Langenbeck elevator
Langenbeck flap
Langenbeck forceps
Langenbeck incision
Langenbeck knife
Langenbeck needle holder
Langenbeck periosteal elevator
Langenbeck raspatory
Langenbeck retractor
Langenbeck saw
Langenbeck triangle - formed by lines drawn from the anterior superior iliac spine to the surface of the great trochanter and to the surgical neck of the femur.