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internal

1. Politics of or involving a nation's domestic as opposed to foreign affairs
2. Education denoting assessment by examiners who are employed at the candidate's place of study
3. situated within, affecting, or relating to the inside of the body
4. a medical examination of the vagina, uterus, or rectum
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nov., Exidiopsis mucedinea (Pat.) K.Wells, Helicogloea aurea Baker, Saccoblastia sphaerospora Moller and Occultifur internus (L.S.
Clitoral and anal reflex should be also tested.[17,18] The internal pelvic floor, the obturator internus muscle and the pudendal nerve are assessed for irritation by intravaginally palpating in the direction of 3 and 9 o'clock.
Measurement of left and right QF muscle CSA was performed on electronic imaging software, InteleViewer (Intelerad, Montreal, Canada), by manually tracing around the muscle borders of the four most cephalad slices that were inferior to obturator internus and inferior gemellus.
In addition, the loss of striato-globus pallidus externus neurons, which suppress undesirable movements, takes place earlier than striato-globus pallidus internus neurons, which control and promote wanted movements.
Similarly, a positive obturator sign of hypogastric pain on stretching the obturator internus indicates irritation in the pelvis which is performed by passive internal rotation of the flexed right thigh with the patient supine.
(13.) Heile B (1914) Zur chirurgischen Behandlung des Hydrocephalus internus durch Ableitung der Cerebrospinalfussigkeit nach der Bauchhohle und der Pleurakuppe.
This canal, also called the pudendal canal, is formed by the obturator internus fascia.
The anchor goes not only into the obturator internus, but into the membrane and the obturator externus.
The interior fixation arms anchor into the sacrospinous ligament, avoiding the external pulley effect that we have seen with other devices like the Capio, which could put constant tension on key structures, including the obturator internus muscle and the sacrospinous ligament.
Microelectrode-guided implantation of deep brain stimulators into the globus pallidus internus for dystonia: Techniques, electrode locations, and outcomes.
(8) In the corticothalamic pathway, dopamine serves as an inhibitory neurotransmitter of the globus pallidus internus (GPI) and subthalamic nucleus (STN) wherein excitation of the cerebral cortex and promotion of movement is governed.