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crura

[′kru̇r·ə]
(anatomy)
Plural of crus.
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Though their technique employs stitching of the caudal nasal septum by sandwiching it between the two medial crura of lower lateral cartilage, and furthermore our technique has also employed the stitching of the caudal septum to nasal spine.
Kaufman IL Surgical treatment of post-prostatectomy incontinence: use of the penile crura to compress the bulbous urethra.
A case of penile fracture at the crura of the penis without urethral involvement: Rare entity.
The two crura are widely separated from each other.
Esophagus bifurcates into intestinal crura, which reunites posteriorly at a distance of 770 (610-880) from esophageal bifurcation.
Rectis incisionibus obaudiunt crura et collum absque sublatione propter uenarum rectitatem, caput autem et frons et pectus et subuentralis pars inferior planis insectionibus cum sublatione.
No attempt was made to repair the crura because this would have required the use of mesh which is problematic in the presence of a major contaminated resection.
38) This is due to changes in intra-abdominal pressure, abdominal activation, and also to the close relationship of the diaphragm crura to the upper lumbar vertebrae.