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 (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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Thus, population specific stature formulae are necessary, and a careful selection of the most appropriate formulae should be based on proportions, such as the crural index, as well as geographic region and genetic origins (Auerbach and Ruff 2010).
Amputation-free survival after crural percutaneous transluminal angioplasty for critical limb ischemia.
Al examen fisico se constato dismetria, disdiadococinesia, hemiparesia izquierda a predominio crural, paresia de nervios craneales bajos IX-XI, hipoestesia de V nervio craneal derecho.
The crural papillae on the two pregenital pairs correspond to reduced glands, anal glands are strong, and they dilate regularly after their termination to the height of its free end, which comes up to the prostatic vesicle.
In particular, during JR muscle groups of the thighs and crural regions are being stimulated to work with a stretch-shortening cycle (SSC) contraction (Miyaguchi et al.
The intermuscular septum and the superficial peroneal nerve are usually visualized at this level between the two muscles, deep to the crural fascia (Fig.
Generalmente este tipo de hernias son adquiridas y unilaterales, pudiendo aparecer en cualquier localizacion (orificio inguinal, crural, femoral, umbilical, obturador, flexura esplenica, etc.
Bouche and Johnson studied pathomechanics of MTSS and reported that tension introduced to deep crural fascia due to contraction of posterior compartment muscles is the reason of MTSS (21).
Tragal cartilage grafts have been used as shield, alar contour, alar batten, lateral crural onlay, dorsal onlay, and infratip lobule grafts.