Ogston line

Og·ston line

(og'stŏn),
an obsolete procedure during which a line is drawn from the adductor tubercle of the femur to the intercondylar notch; a guide to resection of the medial condyle for knock-knee.

Og·ston line

(og'stŏn līn)
A line drawn from the adductor tubercle of the femur to the intercondylar notch; a guide to resection of the medial condyle for knock-knee.

Ogston,

Sir Alexander, Scottish surgeon, 1844-1929.
Ogston line - a guide to resection of the medial condyle for genu valgum.
Ogston-Luc operation - an operation for frontal sinus disease.