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Related to obturator: obturator nerve, obturator artery, Obturator sign, obturator muscle
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a prosthesis used to close an opening (as to close an opening of the hard palate in cases of cleft palate)

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The optimal position of the tip of the obturator is at the center of the lesion (Figure 7).
According to operative reports for these 2 patients, the needle passed through the obturator foramen with difficulty.
Subsequent work demonstrated that a more proximal blockade, approximately midway between the anterior superior iliac spine (ASIS) and the patella, may block other nerves known to traverse the adductor (Hunter's) canal in addition to the saphenous nerve, including the posterior branch of the obturator nerve, medial femoral cutaneous nerve, anterior branch of obturator nerve, and the nerve to vastus medialis muscle.
For the obturator articular component, a 10 cm radiofrequency cannula with a 10 mm active tip (Diros Technology Inc.
Specifically, the spindle and obturator pad are turning up coated with rust
Additional advantage of laparoscopy hernia repair is that even bilateral hernia can be fixed by the same small three cut on skin and even the small hidden femoral hernia and obturator hernia can also be diagnosed and repaired.
Certain companies recommend an obturator (dust cap) over the hemostasis valve to prevent air embolism (Darovic, 2002).
Clinical presentation of stump appendicitis is the same as acute appendicitis and may include right lower quadrant pain, nausea, vomiting and anorexia with right lower quadrant tenderness, positive peritoneal signs as Rovsing, Markle, obturator and psoas signs.
The stylet is then removed and an obturator is inserted into the introducer: this acts as a marker to confirm that the position of the tip lies against the lesion on a repeat dynamic study.
The majority of the literature states that the adductor longus is innervated by the obturator nerve [1].
Then palpate the pubococcygeal, transverse perineal, and internal obturator muscles.
The process of creaming honey takes place using a Pierre Guerin Homogeniser fitted with a smoother style head and a double die obturator, which smoothes and softens the honey, making a perfect honey cream.
Alt ekstremitelerde en sik basi altinda kalan sinirler lateral femoral kutanoz sinir, femoral sinir, safenoz sinir, obturator sinir, siyatik sinir, common peroneal sinir, bunun yuzeyel ve derin dallari, tibial sinir ve interdijital sinirler olarak sayilabilir (1,2).
Sentinel pelvic lymph node dissection preceded extended pelvic lymph node dissection including the area of the obturator fossa, external iliac artery/vein and internal iliac artery/vein up to the bifurcation of the common iliac artery.
Secondly, it becomes necessary to mix as less as possible the obdurate liquid (a fluid oil with a pressure greater than that of the exploitation medium) with the exploitation medium, a small energy consumption at obturation (by a small consumption of obturator liquid) as well as by the transference cross section of the obturator liquid in the exploitation liquid.