Simon position

Si·mon po·si·tion

(sī'mŏn),
a position for vaginal examination; a supine position with hips elevated, thighs and legs flexed, and thighs widely separated.

Si·mon po·si·tion

(sē'mŏn pŏ-zish'ŏn)
A position for vaginal examination; a supine position with hips elevated, thighs and legs flexed, and thighs widely separated.

Simon position

(ze'mon?, si'mon)
[Gustav Simon, Ger. surgeon, 1824–1876]
An exaggerated lithotomy position in which the hips are somewhat elevated and the thighs are strongly abducted. It is used in operations on the vagina.
Synonym: Edebohls position

Simon,

Gustav, German surgeon, 1824-1876.
Simon incision
Simon perineorrhaphy
Simon position - for vaginal examination.
Simon speculum