crural


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cru·ral

(krū'răl),
Relating to the leg or thigh, or to any crus.

crural

/cru·ral/ (krldbomacr´al) pertaining to the lower limb or to a leglike structure (crus).

crural

(kro͝or′əl)
adj.
Of or relating to the leg, shank, or thigh.

crural

[kro̅o̅′rəl]
pertaining to the leg, between knee and ankle.

cru·ral

(krūr'ăl)
Relating to the leg or thigh, or to any crus.

crural

of the leg

crural (krurˑ·l),

adj pertaining to upper and lower leg.

crural

pertaining to or emanating from a crus.

crural hernia
see femoral hernia.
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In his condolence statement over the incident the Governor has also expressed his deep shock and sorrow over the loss of precious lives, this crural incidence, on Friday, in a mosque, he added, is indeed a worst heinous attempt to deter the image of not only the nation and the country but the Religion of Islam too and deserve to be severely condemned as much as could be.
In 1791, Luigi Galvani published his work describing the stimulation of the inner crural nerves of a frog with an electrostatically charged object, causing the leg muscles to contract.
They described four patients with Weber's syndrome and central facial palsy due to isolated midbrain infarct around ventromedial crural region within 41 patients with mesencephalic infarction.
High-Resolution Manometry of the EGJ: An Analysis of Crural Diaphragm Function in GERD Am J Gastroenterol.
Additionally, the flow pattern on the left side was observed as static where the popliteal and crural arteries showed poor filling with a delay of 1.
The Anatomy and Surgical Treatment of Crural and Umbilical Hernia.
Post-thrombotic syndrome was diagnosed when a patient had continuous edema of the leg or crural ulcer after DVT.
The entire group underwent laparoscopic Nissen fundoplication with no division of the short gastric vessels, and a concomitant crural repair.
To access this area, once, and if it is possible that the medial head of gastrocnemius can be pushed laterally, contact with popliteus would be restricted by overlying skin, subcutaneous tissue, the crural fascia, and the overlying dense aponeurosis of the semimembranosus muscle (Figures 4 and 5).
Other operative factors that may influence postoperative dysphagia include an overly tight crural repair, a long (>2 cm) fundoplication performed over a small bougie (<50F), or a non-floppy fundus.
Temovate should not be used on hair-bearing regions of the labia majora, crural crease, or perianal skin, because those areas atrophy quickly and readily develop steroid dermatitis.