crush syndrome n.
A severe shocklike condition that follows release of a limb or other large body part after a prolonged period of compression, characterized by edema, hematuria, and renal failure. Also called compression syndrome.
/ˈkruːzɪ/ noun 1. a variant spelling of cruizie
[kroo-soh] /ˈkru soʊ/ noun 1. Robinson, . /ˈkruːsəʊ; -zəʊ/ noun 1. Robinson Crusoe, See Robinson Crusoe
- Crus of clitoris
crus of clitoris n. The continuation of the clitoris on each side of the corpus cavernosum, diverging from the body posteriorly and attached to the pubic arch.
- Crus of diaphragm
crus of diaphragm n. Any of the muscular origins of the diaphragm from the bodies of the upper lumbar vertebrae that pass the aorta upward to the central tendon.