medial eminence

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me·di·al em·i·nence

term originally used to describe a longitudinal elevation of the rhomboid fossa extending throughout the length of the rhombencephalon and made up of named elevations such as the facial colliculus and the hypoglossal and vagal trigones; now used to describe only the medial elevation in the floor of fourth ventricle immediately rostral to the facial colliculus, the other elevations being separately named.

medial eminence

bony exuberance, frequently overlain by adventitious bursa, at medial aspect of first metatarsal head; characteristic of a bunion