The glenoid must then be carefully examined, and any diseased bone removed by the cutting pliers.
The anterior border (cervical) is strongly convex in the part next the glenoid cavity.
The skull has been cut vertically in two at the plane of the glenoid fossae.
The malar always extends back to form part of the glenoid cavity.
As in many Marsupials, the jugal bone sometimes extends backwards to the glenoid cavity, where the lower jaw articulates.
In addition to the part of the cranium anterior to the glenoid fossae, the lower jaws are preserved complete.
This has a more or less cylindrical shaft and articulates by a prominent rounded head with the glenoid cavity.
In the four inner fingers these glenoid ligaments, as they are called, are joined together by the transverse metacarpal ligament.
The clavicle, coracoid, and scapula on each side form a bony articulation at the glenoid fossa.
The glenoid fossa for the lower jaw, a shallow oval facet, with its long diameter from before backwards.
glenoid gle·noid (glē'noid', glěn'oid')
Relating to the articular depression of the scapula entering into the formation of the shoulder joint.