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outlet

 [owt´let]
a means or route of exit or egress.
pelvic outlet the inferior opening of the pelvis minor.

out·let

(owt'let), [TA]
An exit or opening of a passageway.
See also: aperture.

outlet

/out·let/ (-let) a means or route of exit or egress.
pelvic outlet  the inferior opening of the pelvis.
thoracic outlet  the irregular opening at the inferior part of the thorax, bounded by the twelfth thoracic vertebra, the twelfth ribs, and the lower edge of the costal cartilages.

outlet

Etymology: AS, ut + laetan, to permit
an opening through which something can exit, such as the pelvic outlet.

out·let

(owt'lĕt) [TA]
An exit or opening of a passageway.
See also: aperture

outlet

a means or route of exit or egress.
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