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Bone Markings

Processes & Depressions

QuestionAnswer
condyle rounded process at an articular extremity
coracoid or coronoid beaklike or crownlike process
epicondyle projection above a condyle
facet small, smooth-surfaced process for articulation with another structure
hamulus hook-shaped process
head expanded end of a long bone
horn hornlike process on a bone
line less prominent ridge than a crest; a linear elevation
malleolus club-shaped process
protuberance projecting part or prominence
spine sharp process
styloid long,pointed process
trochanter either of two large, rounded and elevated processes (greater or major and lesser or minor) located at junction of neck and shaft of femur
tubercle small, rounded and elevated process
tuberosity large, rounded and elevated process
fissure cleft or deep groove
foramen hole in a bone for transmission of blood vessels and nerves
fossa pit, fovea, or hollow space
groove shallow linear channel
meatus tubelike passageway running within a bone
notch indentation into the border of a bone
sinus recess, groove, cavity, or hollow space
sulcus furrow, trench, or fissurelike depression
crest ridgelike process
Created by: ladyhope819 on 2007-08-24



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