The upper lateral area for the stomach, marked because of the reduced ribs.
top of the area for the stomach, below the reduced ribs, each side of the epigastrium.
Either of this hypochondriac regions.
In anatomy: In human anat, a superior and horizontal part of the abdomen, beneath the reduced ribs; the particular elements of the stomach, situated on either region of the epigastrium, above the lumbar regions. See stomach regions, under stomach.
Some abdominal area corresponding to the overhead, because the flank or side of the rump of a bird; an iliac region.
plural In entomology, two lateral pieces at the base of the abdomen beneath, behind the metasternum and posterior coxæ: so called bv Kirby.
the top of region of the stomach just underneath the lowest ribs on either region of the epigastrium