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vinegar cup acetabul-
acatebulum a depression in the coxal bone that articulates with the head of the femur
axis ax-
axial skeleton portion of the skeleton down the center of the body that supports the head, neck, & trunk
budding -blast
osteoblast a cell that forms or builds new bone tissue
wrist carp-
carpals group of 8 bones in the wrist
broken -clast
osteoclast a cell that breaks down bone tissue
knuckle condyl-
condyle a rounded process of bone used for articulation such as the medial & lateral condyles of the femur
beaklike corac
coracoid process the scapula has a beaklike projection called the coracoid process
sievelike cribr-
cribriform plate portion of the ethmoid bone with many small openings
ridge crist-
crista galli bony projection that extends upward from the ethmoid bone into the cranial cavity
pit fov-
fovea capitis the small pit in the head of the femur
joint socket glen-
glenoid cavity depression in the scapula that articulates with the head of the humerus
blood hema-
hematoma a blood clot
between inter-
intervertebral disk structure located between adjacent vertebra
inside or within intra-
intramembranous bone bone that forms within sheet-like layers of connective tissue
passage meat-
auditory meatus canal within the temporal bone that leads to bones of the inner ear
tooth odont-
odontoid process toothlike process of the second cervical vertebra
making poie-
hemopoiesis process by which blood cells are formed
knob tuber-
rib tubercle small rounded process of rib that articulates with thoracic vertebrae
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