stria spinosa

(redirected from Lucas groove)

stri·a spi·no·'sa

a faint groove occasionally caused by the chorda tympani nerve on the spine of the sphenoid.

Lucas,

Richard C., English anatomist and surgeon, 1846-1915.
Lucas groove - a faint groove occasionally caused by the chorda tympani nerve on the spine of the sphenoid. Synonym(s): stria spinosa
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