crural


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cru·ral

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

crural

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

cru·ral

(krūr'ăl)
Relating to the leg or thigh, or to any crus.
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Thus, an ecstatic rhinoplasty relies on the nasal tip support and projection, adequate interconnections between upper and lower lateral cartilages as well as lateral crus of the lower lateral cartilages and medial crural attachments of the caudal septum.
He underwent a primary open rhinoplasty procedure consisting of an unilateral lower lateral crural turnover flap.
In terms of surgical observations, the most common changes seen at first surgery were the immobilization of the stapedial footplate, thickening of the stapes footplate by up to 2-3 mm, footplate fragility and obliteration, detachment of the superstructure of the stapes, crural fracture, and profuse bleeding of the thickened lining of the tympanic cavity occasioned by maneuvers within the middle ear (Table 3, Figure 1).
In patients with improvement in calf claudication after revascularisation, foot claudication has been observed to re-emerge as a complaint, as the proximal vessels are more amenable to bypass while the crural disease remains non-revascularisable.
Table 1 summarises individual patient co-morbidities, pre-operative crural artery run-off and preoperative crural artery interventions.
Treatment options for NVC include invasive cartilaginous grafts, such as batten grafts and lateral crural strut grafts, and less invasive options, such as absorbable nasal implants.
Enlarged posterior tibial (Cockett's) PV obliquely perforates the deep muscular fascia and connects with the crural varicose vein (a).
He was eupneic, hypertensive (TA: 150/90 mmHg), with normal heart rate (75 bpm), normal heart and lung auscultation, and with discrete crural pitting edema.
tricipital, subescapular, bicipital, supraespinal, abdominal, crural, geminal) com recurso a um adipometro calibrado (Harpenden, Baty, Inglaterra), sendo o somatorio posteriormente convertido para %MG usando a formula de Withers e colaboradores (1987) (i.e., [%MG=495/(1.0988-0.0004* [SIGMA]7)-450]) recomendada como a mais ajustada para a medicao da %MG em futebolistas (Reilly e colaboradores, 2009).
Hiatal hernia was defined using the criterion of separation between the LES and crural diaphragm (CD) during the baseline recording [8].
Other reported sites in studies include pubic (18%), penile (8%), canalicular (8%), truly abdominal (6%), perineal (4%), and crural regions (2%) [4, 5, 7].