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sites of muscle and ligament attachments

Trochanter (L) very large blunt irregularly shaped process Ex. femur
Tuberosity (L) Large rounded projection Ex. pelvis, ischial ________
Tubercle (L) Small rounded projection or process Ex. tibia, quadrate _________
Spine (M) sharp, pointed, slender projection Ex: vertebra, thoracic ____
Crest (M) prominent narrow ridge of bone Ex: pelvis, iliac ___
Line (M) not very prominent narrow ridge of bone Ex: pelvis, middle (anterior) gluteal ___, accurate ___ of ilium
Condyle (S) rounded articular and bone projection Ex: tibia, medial _______
Epicondyle (S) raised area on or above a condyle Ex: humerus, medial ______
Process (S) any bony prominence or bony projection Ex: vertebra, transverse _______ (thoracic)
Created by: OHSanatomy