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PT 203 Bone Markings

Bone Markings

TermDefinition
Head rounded, knob-like end separating the rest of the bone by a slender region called the neck
Process large projection of a bone, such as the superior part of the ulna in the forearm that creates the elbow
Condyle a rounded projection
Epicondyle a small projection above a condyle
Crest a distinct border or ridge, often rough, such as over the top of the hip bone
Spine sharp projection from the surface of a bone, such as the spine of the scapula, known as the shoulder blade
Foramen a hole that allows a vessel or nerve to pass through or between bones
Sinus an air space found in some skull bones
Fossa a depression of a bone surface
Meatus Short channel or passageway, such as the channel in the temporal bone of the skull that leads to the inner ear
Created by: pierce258