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GuideToBonyLandmarks

Bony Landmarks

QuestionAnswer
PROCESS A broad designation for a bump on a bone
SPINE An abrupt or pointed projection
TROCHANTER A large blunt process
TUBERCLE A small bump
TUBEROSITY A large. often rough bump
LINE A ridge that doesn't stick up very far
CREST A prominent ridge
HEAD A large rounded end of a long bone, usually set off from the rest of the bone by a neck
CONDYLE The rounded end of a long bone, usually not set off by a neck, usually smaller than a head
EPICONDYLE A bump above a condyle
FACET A smooth, mostly flat surface on a bone
FOSSA A basin-like depression in a bone
FORAMEN A hole in a bone
NOTCH A deep indentation in a bone
ANGLE A diverging of two bony edges from common point
Created by: napaeva