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Is there a specific name for the spot on the human iliac fossa where the bone is the thinnest? (Or, is there a name for the thickness measurement of that spot, e.g. the left/right _________ is 2.1mm?)

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This point, for example (color maps thickness):

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  • $\begingroup$ The region is called iliac fossa. And it's basically the deepest part of the fossa. May be!!! I have never heard of a particular name of that thinnest part in my osteology books. $\endgroup$ – A Nandi Ψ Nov 14 '20 at 14:02
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    $\begingroup$ @A.N.Ψ it would just be called the thinnest or deepest part of the fossa, there is no special name for parts of a fossa you just use basic descriptive terms. $\endgroup$ – John Nov 14 '20 at 21:53

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