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innominate

 [ĭ-nom´ĭ-nāt]
nameless, anonymous, such as the innominate artery or vein. See anatomic Tables of Arteries and Veins in the Appendices.

in·nom·i·nate

(i-nom'i-nāt),
Without name; a term formerly applied to the large vessels in the thorax (now called the brachiocephalic trunk and vein) and the hip bone.
Synonym(s): anonyma
[L. innominatus, fr. in- neg. + nomen (nomin-), name]

innominate

/in·nom·i·nate/ (ĭ-nom´ĭ-nāt) nameless.

innominate

[inom′ināt]
Etymology: L, innominatum, nameless
without a name or unnamed. The term is traditionally applied to certain anatomical structures, often identified by their descriptive name, such as the hip bone and brachiocephalic artery.

a·non·y·ma

(ă-non'i-mă)
Without name; a term formerly applied to the large vessels in the thorax (now called the brachiocephalic trunk and vein) and the hip bone.
Synonym(s): innominate.
[G. an- priv. + onyma, name]

innominate

  1. a short artery arising from the AORTA that gives rise to the subclavian and carotid arteries.
  2. the fusion of ilium, ischium and pubis to form a single bone forming half of the PELVIC GIRDLE.
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Table 1: Anatomical distribution of arterial injury Arterial injuries n Cervical arteries Common carotid 19 Internal carotid 8 External carotid 3 Subclavian 21 Axillary 13 Vertebral 4 Internal mammary 1 Costocervical 1 Dorsal scapular 1 Mediastinal arteries Ascending and arch of aorta 5 Descending aorta 7 Innominate artery 3 Pulmonary artery 1 Total 87 Table 2: The anatomical distribution of venous injury Venous injuries n Cervical veins Internal jugular 6 Subclavian 5 Axillary 6 Mediastinal veins Pulmonary 2 Superior vena cava 1 Total 20
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Both VDRO and innominate osteotomies redirect the weightbearing to improve mechanics of spherically congruent heads.
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Congenital atresia of the inferior vena cava, common iliac veins, and left innominate vein.
111) Although the court commented that it does "not regard the common law hearsay exceptions as frozen in their established contours, and [has] been prepared on suitable occasions to venture forth," the Supreme Judicial Court, in rejecting the recognition of the innominate exception, characterized the federal rule as "rather broad," and stated that it did "not believe the administration of justice in this Commonwealth would be advanced by adoption of a [residual] rule whose application in practice has been marked by conflicting and illogical results.
As shown in this study, central compartment is the most common site for metastasis, so it should be cleared meticulously from hyoid bone above to the innominate vessels below in all the MTC.
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