Medical Definition of Internal traction

1. A pulling force created by using one of the cranial bones, above the point of fracture, for anchorage. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Internal Traction

internal semilunar fibrocartilage of knee joint
internal sphincter muscle of anus
internal spiral sulcus
internal squint
internal strabismus
internal surface
internal surface of frontal bone
internal surface of parietal bone
internal thoracic artery
internal thoracic lymphatic plexus
internal thoracic plexus
internal thoracic vein
internal traction (current term)
internal urethral opening
internal urethral orifice
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