from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Sit-uated above a foramen, specifically above the foramen magnum: as, the supraforaminal ridge.
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Of interest are the two supraforaminal apodemes (that attach to several neck muscles); the occipital condyles, upon which the pivot points of the prothorax sit; and the
Muscle 43 inserts just lateral of the supraforaminal apodeme of the head (
A large muscle composed of three branches that converge anteriorly to a common tendon that inserts on the tip of the supraforaminal apodeme of the head (
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