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Extososes on the bones of the limbs, with partial ossification of the interosseous membranes
Transactions of the Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland
TH~ specimens which I bring under your notice this evening seem to possess anatomical peculiarities rather than pathological changes. The bones are taken from a highly muscular subject of the male sex, aged forty-six. The ' exostoses' are developed in a more marked degree on the appendicular skeleton. Two areas, however, of the imlominate bones show distinct osseous eminences--namely, the surface on the dorsum ilii, fl'om which the gluteus maximus arises, and that part of the tuberosity of thedoi:10.1007/bf03032998 fatcat:twvqsqtow5h7ne7ezrp7ckake4