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Glenoid Fossa: a deep concavity in the temporal bone at the root of the zygomatic arch that receives the condyle of the mandible
Source: WordNet 2.1
Glenoid Fossa: The glenoid fossa is an anatomical feature of the scapula, commonly called the shoulder blade. The glenoid fossa is a depression or bowl-shaped area in which the head of the fits to form the glenohumeral joint, a part of the shoulder. Conditions that can afflict the glenoid fossa include dislocation of the glenoid fossa, trauma, fracture, and osteomyelitis.
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