Poupart's ligament

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Named after François Poupart (1661-1708), French anatomist.

Noun[edit]

Poupart's ligament (plural Poupart's ligaments)

  1. (anatomy) A ligament extending in most mammals from the ventral side of the ilium to near the symphysis of the pubic bones.