interspinous plane

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interspinous plane

[TA]
a transverse plane passing through the anterior superior iliac spines; it marks the boundary between the lateral and umbilical regions superiorly and the inguinal and pubic regions inferiorly.

in·ter·spi·nous plane

(in'tĕr-spī'năl plān)
A horizontal plane passing through the anterior superior iliac spines; it marks the boundary between the lateral and umbilical regions superiorly and the inguinal and pubic regions inferiorly.
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Hence the present study undoubtedly shows that the number of, muscle and connective tissue variations in inguinal region depends upon the position of the groin in relation to the interspinal plane.