apophysial(redirected from apophysary)
ap·o·phys·i·al, apophyseal (ap'ō-fiz'ē-ăl), Avoid the mispronunciation apophysi'al
Relating to or resembling an apophysis.
apophysis(a-pof'i-sis) (a-pof'i-sez?) plural.apophyses [Gr. apophysis, offshoot]
A projection, esp. from a bone; an outgrowth without an independent center of ossification. apophysealapophysial (a-pof?i-se'al), adjective
The basilar process of the occipital bone.
apophysis of IngrassiaSee: Ingrassia's apophysis
The lenticular process of the incus, which articulates with the stapes.
The anterior process of the malleus.
The mastoid process of the temporal bone.