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Re: Hyposphene and hypantrum
Sebastian Apesteguia writes:
> Hi Mike, I think that Riggs wanted to say that the
> surface "fits/ is coincident" with the
> vertical articular surface of the hyposphene"
> I think is just a word mistake. The sense of
> hyposphene as the hanging positive structure in the
> posterior part of vertebrae was never doubted afaik.
Thanks, Sebastian. I am not convinced that your charitable reading of
Riggs's words can be upheld :-) but I am pleased to know at least that
this was not widespread.
/o ) \/ Mike Taylor <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://www.miketaylor.org.uk
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