Definition of Crural. Meaning of Crural. Synonyms of Crural

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Definition of Crural

Crural
Crural Cru"ral (-ral), a. [L. cruralis, fr. crus, cruris, leg: cf. F. crural.] (Anat.) Of or pertaining to the thigh or leg, or to any of the parts called crura; as, the crural arteries; crural arch; crural canal; crural ring.

Meaning of Crural from wikipedia

- mammals and their venom delivery and properties. The venom is produced in the crural glands of the male, which are kidney-shaped alveolar glands located in the...
- Intercrural **** (from inter- and Latin crura, "legs"), also known as femoral/interfemoral ****, is a type of non-penetrative ****, where the **** is placed...
- changes its name to dorsalis pedis artery. Fascial compartments of leg Crural fascia Moore, Dally, and Agur (2014). Moore Clinically Oriented Anatomy...
- Crural intermuscular septum can refer to: Anterior crural intermuscular septum (Latin: septum intermusculare cruris anterius) Posterior crural intermuscular...
- The deep fascia of leg, or crural fascia forms a complete investment to the muscles, and is fused with the periosteum over the subcutaneous surfaces of...
- Crural ligament may refer to: Transverse crural ligament Cruciate crural ligament...
- The inferior extensor retinaculum of the foot (cruciate crural ligament, lower part of anterior annular ligament) is a Y-shaped band placed in front of...
- The anterior intermuscular septum of leg or anterior crural intermuscular septum is a band of fascia which separates the lateral from the anterior compartment...
- The superior extensor retinaculum of the foot (transverse crural ligament) is the upper part of the extensor retinaculum of foot which extends from the...
- Phlegmasia alba dolens (also colloquially known as milk leg or white leg) is part of a spectrum of diseases related to deep vein thrombosis. Historically...
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