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outlet

1. 
a. a market for a product or service
b. a commercial establishment retailing the goods of a particular producer or wholesaler
2. a point in a wiring system from which current can be taken to supply electrical devices
3. Anatomy the beginning or end of a passage, esp the lower opening of the pelvis (pelvic outlet)

Outlet

The termination of an electrical circuit for connection of a receptacle, switch, lighting fixture, appliance, or machine.

outlet

[′au̇t‚let]
(electricity)
A power line termination from which electric power can be obtained by inserting the plug of a line cord. Also known as convenience receptacle; electric outlet; receptacle.

outlet

1. In an electric wiring system, a point at which current is taken to supply appliances, portable equipment, etc.
2. In a gas pipe system, a threaded connection or bolted flange to which a gas-burning appliance may be attached; according to code, the outlet must be located in the room or space where the appliance is, or may be, installed.
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Clavicular nonunion associated with thoracic outlet syndrome treated with Knowles pin fixation, autogenous bone marrow graft, and autologous fibrin clots.
VATS of thoracic outlet syndrome provides, unlike the classical approaches, an excellent view of all the bone, vascular, and nerve structures in the area.
Congenital anomalies associated with thoracic outlet syndrome.
Cumulative traumatic disorders that dental practitioners face are carpel tunnel syndrome, ulnar or radial nerve entrapment, pronator syndrome, tendinitis, extensor wad strain, and thoracic outlet syndrome.
Report and Discussion of a Study Case: Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
Thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS) is controversial in terms of definition, anatomy, aetiology and treatment.
Now, and here's something I don't usually go harping on about, but I have an apparently rare condition called Thoracic Outlet Syndrome.
Those aneurysms that affect the intrathoracic portion of the subclavian artery develop mainly due to atherosclerosis, while those affecting the extrathoracic portion of the artery are usually due to trauma and thoracic outlet syndrome (5,7).
Shoulder functions are not affected, but painful deformity, cosmetic problems or thoracic outlet syndrome may be observed in the adolescence and afterwards.
Last July, Beckett had a rib removed in thoracic outlet syndrome surgery to fix a condition that was affecting his right arm.

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