Definition: 'Nerve To Obturator Internus'
nerve to obturator internusType: Term
1. motor branch from L5–S1 components of sacral plexus that exits the greater sciatic foramen and crosses the sacrospinous ligament to supply the obturator internus (muscle).
Synonyms: nervus musculi obturatorii interni
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