articular surface

(redirected from facies articularis)

ar·tic·u·lar sur·face

[TA]
any surface of a skeletal formation (bone, cartilage) that makes normal direct contact with another skeletal structure as part of a synovial joint; bony articular surfaces are usually covered with articular cartilage.
Synonym(s): facies articularis [TA]

ar·tic·u·lar sur·face

(ahr-tikyū-lăr sŭrfăs) [TA]
Any surface of a skeletal formation (bone, cartilage) that makes normal direct contact with another skeletal structure as part of a synovial joint.
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Facies articularis sesamoidea lateralis et medialis, which is found proximal to the caudal end of condylus lateralis (Getty, 1975) was not found in this study.
Facies articularis talaris medialis (superficie articular talar media).

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