Grynfeltt triangle

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Gryn·feltt tri·an·gle

(grin'felt),
a triangular space bounded above by the end of the last rib and the serratus posterior inferior muscle, anteriorly by the internal oblique, and posteriorly by the quadratus lumborum; lumbar hernia occurs in this space.
Synonym(s): Lesshaft triangle
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Gryn·feltt tri·an·gle

(grin'felt trī'ang-gĕl)
A triangular space bounded above by the end of the last rib and the serratus posterior inferior muscle, anteriorly by the internal oblique, and posteriorly by the quadratus lumborum; lumbar hernia occurs in this space.
Synonym(s): Lesshaft triangle.
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Grynfeltt,

Joseph C., French surgeon, 1840-1913.
Grynfeltt triangle - lumbar hernia occurs in this space. Synonym(s): Lesshaft triangle
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