Human head and neck Condyloid fossa

Origin- halfway down the humerus (both medial and lateral of the radial groove)Origin- halfway down the humerus (both medial and lateral of the radial groove)
Origin- anterior surface of the ribs 3-5. Condyloid fossa
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Station #1 Name the structure with the gold circle on it. Frontal bone Name the structure with the pink circle on it. Parietal bone The structures named in questions 1 and 2 join at the coronal sutureStation #1 Name the structure with the gold circle on it. Frontal bone Name the structure with the pink circle on it. Parietal bone The structures named in questions 1 and 2 join at the coronal suture
Briefly describe the structure named in question Joint where 2 bones are held together by fibrous connective tissue. Condyloid fossa
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Brief description of non ear region anatomy of Bothriogenys, dupc 5248Brief description of non ear region anatomy of Bothriogenys, dupc 5248
No significant preglenoid process exists. Superior to the glenoid fossa is a large supraglenoid foramen. Condyloid fossa
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Mr. Shevalier Human Anatomy & PhysiologyMr. Shevalier Human Anatomy & Physiology
The skull is composed of 22 bones divided into two major portions: the bones of the cranium (8) and the bones of the face. Condyloid fossa
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Saladin\Saladin's Chapter 8 Terms
Condyloid fossa
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