A spear, with which the trap was armed, severed Gunn's sciatic nerve, paralyzing him.
It was too near the head of the sciatic nerve, and hurt him unusually.
At the same point it receives the sciatic vein, the principal venous vessel of the posterior extremity.
Appearance of epilepsy also in animals born of parents having been rendered epileptic by the section of the sciatic nerve.
But the man had been drilled through the sciatic nerve, and he leaped where he lay like a landed fish.
She suffered greatly from sciatic rheumatism, inherited from several generations.
Gluteal, sciatic, and obturator, with the circumflex and perforating branches or deep femoral.
For ease of description I have coined terms for the major divisions of the femoral and sciatic nerves.
Samson observed an instance in which a fibrinous effusion formed upon the sciatic nerve, with consequent pain.
The five posteriormost roots (S5 to S9) contribute to the sciatic nerve, although the contribution from S9 is relatively small.
sciatic sci·at·ic (sī-āt'ĭk)
Of or relating to the ischium or to the region of the hipbone in which it is located.
Of or relating to sciatica.