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pectineal

(pɛkˈtɪnɪəl)
adj
(Anatomy) of or relating to the pectineus muscle or the pubic bone
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Adj.1.pectineal - of or relating to the pubis
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1 = gracilis muscle branch of the obturator nerve; 2 = adductor longus muscle branch; 3 = adductor brevis muscle branch; 4 = adductor magnus muscle branch; 5 = pectineus muscle branch; 6 = femoral nerve trunk.
With high-frequency linear probe (L9-3), the mass with US features of edematous intestinal wall was more clearly depicted, and we found that it was deep to the pectineus muscle and common femoral vessels [Figure 1]b and [Figure 1]c.
Pectineus tendon surgery for the management of canine hip dysplasia.
There was pain on palpation in several left hip girdle muscles, most notably the distal capsular portion of the iliopsoas, proximal myotendinous junctions of the adductor longus and rectus femoris, and bellies of the pectineus, adductor magnus, and gluteal complex.
Small bowel loop was noted between the pectineus and the left external obturator muscle (Figure 2).
The adductor muscle group consists of six different muscles: pectineus, gracilis, obturator externus, adductor brevis, adductor longus, and adductor magnus.
Branches to the pectineus muscle, sartorius muscle, and sensory nerves (saphenous and medial cutaneous) branched first and 'medially in 20 out of 25 specimens.
The accessory obturator nerve and the innervation of the pectineus muscle.
Pectineus muscle atrophy may contribute to femoral hernia development, creating a potential space for the hernia to form.
C, Axial T2W fat-suppressed image acquired inferior to the pubis shows avulsion and retraction of the adductor origin (arrow), with associated strain of the obturator externus, pectineus and adductor longus muscles (arrowheads).
8) The anterior aspect of the pubic symphysis is not disturbed, preserving the attachments of the pectineus, adductor longus and brevis, and gracilis muscles.
Although, abdominal ultrasound was found to be normal, computed tomography of the abdominal cavity showed bilateral psoas abscess that extended to pectineus muscle and also involved the iliopsoas muscle on the right.