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Pagenstechers circle

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Pagenstecher's circle

In the case of a freely movable abdominal tumour, the mass is moved throughout its entire range, its position at intervals being marked on the abdominal wall; when these points are joined, a circle is formed, the centre of which marks the point of attachment of the tumour.