This ridge and fossa are on the lateral surface of the ramus.
Between the helix and the antihelix is the fossa of the helix.
Magnanimus ille princeps eos instar tyranni oppressit, Et Anglorum cumulos in fossa truncavit.
The second gives the best text of Odassi, fossa, and the Virgiliana.
Exceptions may occur, as in P. hendeei, where the fossa extends to the level of M2.
Its development, enormous in the carnivora, is such that the muscle projects beyond its fossa.
The lower division of the peritoneal recess thus produced corresponds to the typical (vascular) “fossa of Treitz.”
There was already a perceptible fulness, with dulness on percussion, in the fossa, and some febrile excitement.
The inferior mesenteric vessels are found near the left margin of the entrance into the fossa.
The concave caudal edge is free and bounds the entrance into a fossa, the “superior duodenal fossa” of anthropotomy.
fossa fos·sa (fŏs'ə)
n. pl. fos·sae (fŏs'ē')
A small longitudinal cavity or depression, as in a bone.