Pagenstecher circle

Pa·gen·stech·er cir·cle

(pah'gĕn-stek-ĕr),
in the case of a freely movable abdominal tumor, the mass is moved throughout its entire range, its position at intervals being marked on the abdominal wall; when these points are joined, a circle is formed, the center of which marks the point of attachment of the tumor.

Pa·gen·stech·er cir·cle

(pah'gen-stek-ĕr sĭr'kĕl)
In the case of a freely movable abdominal tumor, the mass is moved throughout its entire range, its position at intervals being marked on the abdominal wall; when these points are joined, a circle is formed, the center of which marks the point of attachment of the tumor.

Pagenstecher,

Alexander, German ophthalmologist, 1828-1879.
Pagenstecher circle - around the point of attachment of a freely movable abdominal tumor.