cruris

cru·ris

(krūr'is)
Genitive form of crus.
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(53) An animal study suggests that it also can cause tinea cruris (jock itch).
Kenneth Oakes ofrece una reinterpretacion de la obra de Przywara sub forma crucis, para evitar el termino marcadamente luterano de theologia cruris (OAKES, K., <<The Cross and the Analogia Entis in Erich Przywara>>, en ibid., 147-171).
Amongst the fungal infections, the commonest were tinea capitis (35%), followed by tinea corporis (29%), tinea cruris (14%), tinea incognito (10%), tinea faciei (7%) and tinea manuum (5%), respectively (Figure 2).
This even applies to clinical pictures usually construed as purely somatic, such as Ulcera cruris in cases of venous insufficiency, or Claudicatio intermittens with a walking range of just a few yards in cases of nicotine abuse, where we have seen impressive successes with PSE.
Fifty-year-old male patient having the complaint of paresthaesia in right cruris lateral for the last three weeks and having sudden weakness of right ankle 10 days ago applied to our polyclinic.
Spectral Doppler imaging showing significant reflux in the great saphenous vein at the level of distal thirds of the thigh (b) and in the small saphenous vein distal to the saphenopopliteal junction in the proximal cruris, following compression of the distal parts of the calf (c)
CHIS 46773 is nearly complete with only the proximal end absent above the crista cruris; length is 15.0 mm with a mid-diaphysis diameter of 0.8 mm.
These two agents also are approved for treatment of tinea corporis and tinea cruris. Naftifine is approved as a once-daily treatment for 2 weeks, while luliconazole is, notably, a 7-day treatment.
The same day the patient was operated on in a tertiary traumatology health care institution under the diagnosis of vulnus sclopetarium femoris et cruris dex; AVfistula regpopliteae dex; fractura cruris dex.
Findings in the bilateral cruris magnetic resonance imaging were compatible with rhabdomyolysis and myositis.
Among the mixed infections, the most common pattern was a combination of tinea corporis and tinea cruris 20 (17.3%) [Table 1].