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The cup-shaped cavity of the innominate bone for receiving the head of the femur.
A PRACTICAL PHYSIOLOGYALBERT F. BLAISDELL
Juristically this seems to be a rationalization of the Roman innominate contract.
The inferior thyroid veins which drop their blood into the innominate are obstructed by valves at their junction.
Make out the external jugular, the innominate, and its two branches, and the pulmo-cutaneous and vena cava superior.
Innominate aneurysm may be of the fusiform or of the sacculated variety, and is frequently associated with pouching of the aorta.
MANUAL OF SURGERYALEXIS THOMSON AND ALEXANDER MILES
When I first saw the patient I considered the injury to have implicated the innominate vessels.
Note the two large branches, the innominate arteries, given off by it near its origin.
The ischium (fig. 78, 9) is a wide flattened bone forming the posterior part of the innominate bone.
THE VERTEBRATE SKELETONSIDNEY H. REYNOLDS
Thus real contracts, consensual contracts and innominate contracts were added.
The innominate bones are firmly joined to the sacrum at the back and they meet in front, also in a firm joint.
PHYSIOLOGYERNEST G. MARTIN

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