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bones stuff

long bone long, compact bone
short bone cube-shaped, contain more spongy
flat bone thin, compact sandwiching spongy
irregular do not fall into any other categories
sesamoid bones short bones in tendons
tuberosity large, rounded projection, may be roughened
crest narrow ridge of bone
trochanter femur: large, blunt, irregular
line narrow ridge of bone; less prom. than crest
tubercle small-rounded projection
epicondyle raised area on or above a condyle
spine sharp, tender, often pointed
process prominence of projection
head bony expansion carried on a narrow neck
facet smooth, nearly flat articular surface
condyle rounded articular projection
ramus armlike bar of bone
sinus space within a bone, filled with air, lined with mucous
meatus canal-like passageway
fossa shallow, basin-like depression in a bone
groove furrow
fissure narrow, slit-like opening
foramen round, oval opening through a bone
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