the main portion of a bone
rounded bump; usually fits into a fossa on another bone,forming a joint
moderately raised ridge; generally a site for muscle attachment
flat surface that forms a joint with another facet or flat bone
long, crack-like hole for blood vessels and nerves
round hole for vessels and nerves
depression; often receives an articulating bone
distinct epiphysis on a long bone, separated from the shaft by a narrowed portion
similar to a crest but not raised as much
edge of a flat bone or flat portion of edge of a flat area
tube-like opening or channel
a narrowed portion, usually at the base of a head
a v-like depression in the margin or edge of a flat area
a raised area or projection
curved portion of a bone, like a ram's horn
cavity within a bone
similar to a crest but raised more; a sharp, pointed process; for muscle attachment
groove or elongated depression
large bump for muscle attachment
oblong, raised bump, usually for muscle attachment; small tuberosity is called a tubercle
bump near a condyle; often gives the appearance of a "bump on a bump"; for muscle attachment
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