Medical Definition of Crus dextrum diaphragmatis

1. The muscular origin of the diaphragm from the bodies of the upper three or four lumbar vertebrae that passes upward to the right of the aorta toward the central tendon; the oesophageal hiatus is a parting of the fibres of the right crus to allow passage of the oesophagus. Synonym: crus dextrum diaphragmatis. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Crus Dextrum Diaphragmatis

crural sheath
cruralis posterior
crureus
crus
crus I
crus II
crus anterius capsulae internae
crus anterius stapedis
crus anthelicis
crus breve incudis
crus cerebri
crus dextrum diaphragmatis (current term)
crus dextrum fasciculi atrioventricularis
crus fornicis
crus helicis
crus laterale anuli inguinalis superficialis
crus laterale cartilaginis alaris majoris
crus longum incudis
crus mediale
crus mediale annuli inguinalis superficialis
crus mediale cartilaginis alaris majoris
crus membranaceum commune ductus semicircularis
crus membranaceum simplex ductus semicircularis
crus of antihelix

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