After amputation the ligature had been awkwardly applied to the humeral artery.
The humeral head, which is turned forwards and a little inwards, is convex and elongated in the vertical direction.
humeral carina: in Coleoptera, an elevated ridge or keel on the outer anterior angle of elytra.
As in man, the great tuberosity does not reach so high as the humeral head, but it approaches more nearly to that level.
humeral bristles: in Diptera, are situated on the humeral callus.
The kings and knaves wear the Byzantine humeral, and the Chrysoclavus pattern is carved on their chairs.
Umbone: an embossed, elevated knob situated on humeral angle of elytra.
In the Heteropterous section the three axes are evident, but the humeral plate is not easily made out.
humeral veins: in Lepidoptera, secondary veins on posterior wings of Lasiocampids, developed to strengthen the humeral angle.
Front, antennæ towards the tips, and two humeral spots white.
humeral hu·mer·al (hyōō'mər-əl)
Of, relating to, or located in the region of the humerus or the shoulder.
Relating to or being a body part analogous to the humerus.