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A prominent bony outgrowth projecting from the surface of a bone upon which it has never been able to move, and from which it has never been separated, e.g. a process, tubercle or tuberosity. Apophyses often act as attachment sites for tendons. Compare epiphysis.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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