absconsio

ab·scon·si·o

(ab-skon'sē-ō),
A recess, cavity, or depression; used especially in osteology to denote a bony cavity that accommodates the head of another bone.
[Mod. L. fr. abs-condo, pp. -conditus or -consus, to hide]

absconsio

[abskon′shō]
Etymology: L, ab, away from, condo, hidden
a cavity or fossa.

ab·scon·si·o

(ab-skon'sē-ō)
A recess, cavity, or depression; used especially in osteology to denote a bony cavity that accommodates the head of another bone.
[Mod. L. fr. abs-condo, pp. -conditus or -consus, to hide]

ab·scon·si·o

(ab-skon'sē-ō)
A recess, cavity, or depression.
[Mod. L. fr. abs-condo, pp. -conditus or -consus, to hide]