In this article we will introduce the quasi-isogonal Cevians and we’ll emphasize on
triangles in which the height and the median are quasi-isogonal Cevians.
Authors: Florentin Smarandache
Comments: 2 Pages.
In  professor Ion Pătraşcu proves the following theorem:
The Brocard’s point of an isosceles triangle is the intersection of the medians and the
perpendicular bisectors constructed from the vertexes of the triangle’s base, and reciprocal.
We’ll provide below a different proof of this theorem than the proof given in  and .