tuberosity

[ too-buh-ros-i-tee, tyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF tuberosity

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When the nodosity begins to decay and becomes of a cancerous nature, it is called a tuberosity.

The posterior and external angle of the ischium is rough and prominent; it is the tuberosity of the ischium.

It arises above from the inferior surface of the ischium, and from the tuberosity of the same bone.

We further note a muscle of the same kind, and presenting the same aspect, which comes from the tuberosity of the ischium.

The superior is formed by the gluteal muscles; the inferior corresponds to the tuberosity of the ischium.

The anterior length of the hind-limb, taken from the tuberosity of the tibia to the fold of the ham.

The width of the hind-leg, viewed laterally, from the cleft of the buttocks to the inferior part of the tuberosity of the tibia.

Eight days after the injury an abscess was opened near the tuberosity of the ischium, and the ball was removed from that spot.

Nor is the malar bone a guide, for this might easily be mistaken for the tuberosity of the ischium, or even for the shoulder.

You can get anything you want in that "tuberosity of civilized life" if you have the wherewithal, or, in other words, "the price."

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