# epitrochlea definition

• noun:
• A projection regarding the exterior side of the distal end of this humerus; the additional condyle.
• A projection from the external region of the distal end of humerus; the additional condyle.
• In anatomy, the inner condyle regarding the humerus, opposite the epicondyle and over or over the trochlea, or trochlear area with that the ulna articulates. Latterly also called the interior epicondyle. See epicondyle.
• A projection on the external side of the distal end associated with humerus; the exterior condyle.
• A projection regarding the exterior region of the distal end for the humerus; the additional condyle.
• In physiology, the internal condyle of humerus, opposite the epicondyle and over or above the trochlea, or trochlear surface with that the ulna articulates. Latterly also referred to as the internal epicondyle. See epicondyle.
• A projection regarding the exterior region of the distal end associated with humerus; the external condyle.
• A projection regarding the exterior region of the distal end of this humerus; the exterior condyle.
• In structure, the internal condyle of the humerus, opposite the epicondyle and over or above the trochlea, or trochlear surface with that the ulna articulates. Latterly also known as the interior epicondyle. See epicondyle.
• A projection on the outer side of the distal end of this humerus; the exterior condyle.
• A projection in the outer side of the distal end for the humerus; the outside condyle.
• In structure, the inner condyle associated with the humerus, opposite the epicondyle and over or over the trochlea, or trochlear area with that your ulna articulates. Latterly also referred to as the internal epicondyle. See epicondyle.

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