(ka-pu-ron′ )

[Joseph Capuron, Fr. physician, 1767-1850.]
Any of four fixed points in the pelvic inlet, the two iliopectineal eminences and the two sacroiliac joints.
SYN: SEE: cardinal point (2)

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