The main part of a bone which other markings often extend.
A tube-like opening through a bone. Nerves and blood vessels often pass through a bone.
A relatively large, rounded projection (bump) where the bone articulates with part of another bone.
A narrow ridge on the bone, usually found where a flat muscle, tendon, or ligament attaches to the bone.
The cylindrical shaft of a long bone. May have other markings on it.
A reletively small, rounded bump where muscles, tendons, and ligaments attach to the bone. Always located on the surface of a condyle.
The enlarged end of a long bone. Often includes other markings such as condyles and epicondyles.
A smooth, flat area where the bone articulates with part of another bone.
A narrow elongated opening, usually irregular in shape. Nerves and blood vessels often pass through fissures.
A round or oval hole through a bone, not as long as a canal or meatus.
A large, flat region or shallow depression on a bone.
A narrow depression on a bone through which some other structure runs.
A rounded enlargement carried on a neck of a bone which takes part in forming a joint.
A narrow ridge, smaller than a crest, but also a place where a flat ligament, tendom, or muscle attaches to a bone.
Tube-like opening or passage in a bone.
A narrow region at one end of a long bone, leading to the head.
A general term for a long projection from a bone
A general term for a small, irregular projection from a bone.
A round of flattened extension from the body of a bone, usually for articulation with another bone.
An air-filled cavity within a bone, lined by mucous membrane.
A sharp, slender projection of a bone for muscle, tendon, or ligament attachment.
A large, irregular shaped projection of a bone.
A small round projection of a bone.
A large, rounded projection of a bone for muscle attachment, usually rough.
An elongates, flattened extension of a bone.