bony prominences

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  • Any bony prominence from this point towards D should be carefully constructed. Cited from The Practice and Science Of Drawing, by Harold Speed
  • A sore will be found somewhere upon the body at this time, generally over some bony prominence. Cited from Scientific American Supplement, No. 315, January 14, 1882, by Various
  • These horses, judging by size, color, shape, and bony prominences, were of five different species. Cited from The Andes and the Amazon, by James Orton
  • His hat was tilted forward, resting on two bony prominences above his eyebrows. Cited from In Clive's Command, by Herbert Strang
  • This condition results from denervation of areas exposed to day-to-day friction of bony prominences.
  • The body fat is still considerable, but no longer completely obliterates the bony prominences of the skeleton. Cited from The Nervous Child, by Hector Charles Cameron
  • The limb was initially wrapped in wool, especially over any bony prominences.
  • Another thing that tends to make this edge soft is the fact that a bony prominence is situated here and has usually a high light upon it that crosses the eyebrow. Cited from The Practice and Science Of Drawing, by Harold Speed
  • Lower jaw has slight traces of bony prominences in front.
  • Intact skin with non-blanchable erythema of a localized area usually over a bony prominence.
  • It is ideally used when an injured person is going to spend a long time during the process of transport as it diminishes the potential for pressure over bony prominences while lying face up.
  • They were, in fact, comparatively common, especially in conjunction with fractures of the various bony prominences surrounding the articulation. Cited from Surgical Experiences in South Africa, 1899-1900, by George Henry Makins
  • Normal pressure and pain sensations are essential for protecting foot from excessive and prolonged pressures over bony prominences.
  • They are usually subcutaneous especially over bony prominences such as the tip of the elbow or olecranon or over the finger knuckles.
  • The space bounded by the end of the spine, sexual organs and the bony prominences on which one sits. Cited from People's Common Sense Medical Adviser in Plain English, by R.V. Pierce
  • The Malleolus is the bony prominence on each side of the ankle.
  • The condition is also known as a malleolar flare, in reference to the malleolus, the bony prominence on each side of the ankle.
  • He hit it over the nose with his cudgel, it turned quickly away from the rye, and set off at a flying pace down toward the others, while blows rained down upon its bony prominences. Cited from Pelle the Conqueror, by Martin Anderson Nexo
  • As tendons pass near bony prominences, they are protected by a fluid filled synovial structure, either a tendon sheath or a sac called a bursa.
  • The swelling, which is the first and most prominent clinical feature, develops gradually and painlessly, obliterating the bony prominences by filling up the natural hollows. Cited from Manual of Surgery, by Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles