Probably not; and more especially if it is a lumbar artery, and injured in the foramen through which it passes from the vertebra.
The closure of the foramen is brought about by adhesion of the two septa.
The ilium and ischium do not as in Carinatae unite posteriorly, and enclose a foramen except in very old Rheas and Emeus.
The chalaza is at the insertion or base, the foramen or orifice is at the apex.
At the posteroventral corner of the naris a foramen opens onto the lateral surface of the maxilla.
The opening into the cerebral rudiment becomes the foramen of Munro.
The exoccipitals extend around the sides of the foramen magnum and meet dorsally.
The foramen of Munro becomes very much narrowed and reduced to a mere slit.
Eirunde Loch would be better represented by its anatomical equivalent, foramen ovale.
The reduction in size of the foramen of Munro above mentioned is, to a large extent, caused by the growth of the corpora striata.
foramen fo·ra·men (fə-rā'mən)
n. pl. fo·ra·mens or fo·ram·i·na (-rām'ə-nə)
An aperture or perforation through a bone or a membranous structure.
Plural foramina (fə-rām'ə-nə) or foramens
An opening or short passage, especially in the body. ◇ The large opening in the base of the skull through which the spinal cord passes is called the foramen magnum (māg'nəm). ◇ The opening in the septum between the right and left atria of the heart, present in the fetus but usually closed soon after birth, is the foramen ovale (ō-vāl'ē, -vā'lē, -vä'-).