Poupart

Pou·part

(pū-pahr'),
François, French anatomist, 1616-1708. See: Poupart ligament, Poupart line.
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Poupart, prescribed the salt-water bathing at Trouville.
It added Professor Pascal Poupart of the University of Waterloo and Professor Marcus Brubaker of York University.
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In: Poupart J, Deslauriers JP, Groulx LH, Laperriere A, Mayer R, Pires AP, organizadores.
1H and 1I), very similar to the Lichtenstein technique, starting from the pubic tubercle, two sutures on internal oblique muscle avoiding iliohypogastric nerve, and with two sutures on the inguinal ligament of Poupart (Fig.
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The mesh was sutured to the ligament of Poupart using a non-absorbable continuous 2/0 suture (Prolene; Ethicon) and secured cranially using same suture.
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AT THE CROSSROADS OF HIS LIFE, HIRAM ROSADO Poupart decided that what he wanted to do was to create in clay.
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