cruris

cru·ris

(krūr'is)
Genitive form of crus.
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DelveInsight's, Tinea Cruris (Jock Itch) -API Insights, 2014 Report describes the current therapeutics that are propelling the pharmaceutical markets worldwide.
Luliconazole (Luzu), an azole anti-fungal, is a cream used for the treatment of tinea pedis, tinea cruris, and tinea corporis.
For all the subjects, 18 tender points (TP) defined by the American College of Rheumatology for fibromyalgia syndrome (16), 12 points for the sciatic valleix (bilateral middle point of gluteus maximus, middle point of the gluteal sulcus, middle and posterior point of thigh, popliteal fossa, middle and posterior point of cruris, middle point of Achilles tendon), and 4 lumbar paravertebral points (bilateral 2 cm lateral to the L2 and L4 spinous processes) were evaluated.
A 1% topical luliconazole cream yielded complete clearance in more than 20% of patients with tinea cruris and patients with tinea pedis, compared with less than 10% of placebo patients in a pair of randomized, multicenter double-blind studies.
43) An animal study suggests that it also can cause Tinea cruris (jock itch).
A IT sounds like a fungal infection called tinea cruris or "jock itch", but he should ask his doctor to take a look to be sure.
8 mm) operating sheath (Karl Storz Veterinary Endoscopy America Inc, Goleta, CA, USA) was introduced through the incision at the junction of the caudal edge of the eighth rib and the flexor cruris medialis muscle.
An introduced plasmid may move to neighboring muscle by electroporation, but it would not cross the fascia cruris (i.
In these theses, Luther is formulating his own "theological breakthrough" through the writings of the Apostle Paul, and contrasting his own theological method, the theologia cruris with die scholastic methods of his contemporaries, whom he labeled "theologians of glory.
The stairway to heaven involved a very special type of self-denial, sub specie Cruris, as opposed to the culture of celebrity and egomania indulged by Roman aristocrats.
An 11-year-old boy was admitted to our clinic with a three-week of history of infiltrated brownish plaques located on the right cruris anterior, on the medial side of the right popliteal area and on the left cruris anterior.