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innominate

‘having no name’, in Scots contract law, a contract that is both unusual and innominate, having no known name like sale or hire, for example. Now that there is no requirement for writing, the category may vanish.
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Innominate artery compression of the trachea represents the most common cause of airway compression by a vascular sling.
Table 3 OTA Classification of Pelvic (Six) Ring (One) Fractures Type Description A Lesion sparing (no displacement of posterior arch) 1 Fracture of innominate bone, avulsion 2 Fracture of innominate bone, direct blow 3 Transverse fracture of sacrum and coccyx B Incomplete disruption of posterior arch, partially stable 1 Unilateral, partial disruption of posterior arch, external rotation (open-book 2 Unilateral, partial disruption of posterior arch, internal rotation (LC injury) 3 Bilateal, partial lesion of posterior arch C Complete disruption of posterior arch, unstable 1 Unilateral, complete disruption of posterior arch 2 Bilateral, ipsilateral complete, contralateral incomplete 3 Bilateral, complete disruption LC, lateral compression.
The TFL is retracted posteriorly and the sartorius anteriorly to reveal the innominate aponeurosis.
If the venous-distending pressure is sufficiently high, air can be aspirated not only from the SVC just above right atrial level, but also from high in the SVC or innominate veins (3).
The aortic dissection stopped shortly after origin of the innominate artery because severe atherosclerosis of the aortic arch had caused atrophy and fibrosis of the underlying aortic media.
Exchanging by Buying, Bartering, or Innominate Contract
TRACHEAL EROSION BY A PROSTHETIC INNOMINATE ARTERY GRAFT: PRESENTATION AND SURGICAL REPAIR.
The densest portions of the skeleton, such as the skull, tusks and denser portions of the scapula and innominate, were best represented.
With type I, having a supracardiac connection (50%), the common pulmonary trunk joins the left vertical vein, the innominate vein, or the superior vena cava.
It is more of an innominate contract, which in many things differs from the above mentioned.
An aberrant right pulmonary artery (pulmonary sling) and innominate artery compression can also cause airway narrowing.