Related formsep·i·con·dyl·i·an [ep-i-kon-dil-ee-uh n] /ˌɛp ɪ kɒnˈdɪl i ən/, ep·i·con·dyl·ic, ep·i·con·dyl·ar [ep-i-kon-dl-er] /ˌɛp ɪˈkɒn dl ər/, adjective
Examples from the Web for epicondyle
For this reason the epicondyle is called the eye of the arm.
The epitrochlea is prominent; the epicondyle is surmounted by a well-marked crest, curved and flexuous in outline.
The third stage consists in substituting the articulation of the wrist for the epicondyle.
For the arrangement of the epicondyle and the epitrochlea, see p. 30.
The epicondyle and the epitrochlea are somewhat different from those of the human bone.