A bullet had struck a femoral artery and it was gushing blood as she kept firing.
The cause of death is stated to have been femoral hernia by a physician who attended him shortly before his death.
The first of these was the tying one of the femoral arteries.
In one case a Martini-Henry was found impacted between the femoral condyles, having slipped in beneath the margin of the patella.
By this time the maid was dead of a wound in her thigh, which pierced the femoral artery.
There is sometimes pain and numbness in the distribution of the femoral (anterior crural) nerve.
A Prussian soldier was wounded over the femoral artery by a musket ball.
Under what circumstances is it possible or justifiable to reduce a femoral hernia, without previously opening the sac?
Hunter was shot in the femoral artery, when within nine or ten yards of the stockade.
The genius of Hunter led him to tie the femoral artery, in a case of popliteal aneurism, leaving the tumour untouched.
femoral fem·o·ral (fěm'ər-əl)
Of or relating to the femur or thigh.