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groove for middle meningeal artery

 

Definition: the ramifying groove in the inner table at the squamous part of the temporal and parietal bones, formed in relation to the middle meningeal artery, beginning from foramen spinosum.

Synonym(s): sulcus arteriae meningeae mediaeTA

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