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Transpyloric plane

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TRANSPYLORIC PLANE

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Surface Marking of Transpyloric Plane

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Finding kidneys on Xray using the transpyloric plane

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Surface Anatomy Of Abdomen [Transpyloric plane_Transtubercular plane_Nine regions of abdomen]

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What does transpyloric plane mean?

The Transpyloric plane, also known as Addison's Plane, is an imaginary horizontal plane, located halfway between the suprasternal notch of the manubrium and the upper border of the symphysis pubis at the level of the first lumbar vertebrae, L1. It lies roughly a hand's breadth beneath the xiphisternum or midway between the xiphisternum and the umbilicus. The plane in most cases cuts through the pylorus of the stomach, the tips of the ninth costal cartilages and the lower border of the first lumbar vertebra.
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