I've asked this question on the English Language & Usage board, not being entirely sure whether this question is strictly medical, or just English knowledge suffices to answer.
Do note I am no native speaker, hence I am afraid to misinterpret the possibly obvious thing.
In an article written by Wheat et al Engineernig for Life - Kinect Report the authors use the scanning device to calcuate distances on the human body.
The measured distances are: Sternum-Intermediate, Inter-nipple and Sternum-nipple (see Table 3.). The latter two are obvious. The first one, however, not so much. Unfortunately, the authors do not provide a definition, probably assuming it is clear to the reader.
What would be the Sternum-Intermediate? Is this the sternum's length or is "Intermediate" some specific body part?