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eminence

Anatomy a projection of an organ or part

Eminence

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a title used to address or refer to a cardinal
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(43) In his Summa Theologica Alexander succinctly recalls Dionysius's doctrine: "Et tangit triplicem modum intelligendi sive nominandi Deum: ablatione, eminentia et causa." The triplex via, he explains, focuses variously on the comparison of God and creation.
Eminentia iliopubica were prominent as reported by Gultekin and Ucar (1980) and Girgin et al.
These are: a) intraarticular narrowing, b) flattening in the femoral condyle, c) eminentia in the femoral condyle [1].
Note that eminentia iliopectina is a sharp eminence present in the median nerve of os ilium and os ischii.