noun, plural a·cro·mi·a [uh-kroh-mee-uh] /əˈkroʊ mi ə/. Anatomy.
Origin of acromion
Related formsa·cro·mi·al, adjectivesub·a·cro·mi·al, adjectivesu·per·a·cro·mi·al, adjective
Examples from the Web for acromion
Clavicles are generally present, and the acromion of the scapula is commonly very long.
Fracture of the acromion process may result from a blow or fall on the shoulder.
It has no acromion, which is usually though not always absent in Ungulates.
It has a strong spine, with an acromion and a well-developed metacromion.
The spine and acromion are well developed, and the prescapular and postscapular fossae are nearly equal in size.