Try your hand at a question from one of our anatomy exams.
What nerve supplies the obturator internus muscle (a muscle in the pelvis)?
The correct answer is the “nerve to obturator internus.” It’s like answering who is buried in Grant’s Tomb.
As a time-strapped medical student, it feels like a godsend when a medical term is named in an obvious way. Even a lay person can intuit the meaning of medical terms …