- SYN: diaphysis. [A.S. sceaft]- s. of clavicle [TA] the elongated, rodlike body of the clavicle. SYN: corpus claviculae [TA], body of clavicle.- s. of femur [TA] the cylindrical s. of the thigh bone. SYN: corpus ossis femoris [TA], body of femur, body of thigh bone, corpus femoris.- s. of fibula [TA] the body of fibula; of the fibula elongated, rod-like portion which accounts for most of its length. SYN: corpus fibulae [TA], body of fibula.- hair s. the non-growing portion of a hair which protrudes from the skin, i.e., from the follicle. SYN: scapus pili.- s. of humerus [TA] the elongated rodlike portion of the humerus between the surgical neck proximally and the emergence of the supracondylar ridges distally. SYN: corpus humeri [TA], body of humerus.- s. of metacarpal [TA] the elongated, rodlike portion of the metacarpal bone. SYN: corpus metacarpale [TA], body of metacarpal.- s. of metatarsal [TA] the elongated, rodlike portion of the metatarsal bone. SYN: corpus metatarsale [TA], body of metatarsal.- s. of phalanx [TA] the s. of each phalanx of the hand or foot. SYN: corpus phalangis [TA], body of phalanx.- s. of radius [TA] the triangular body of the radius located between the expanded proximal and distal extremities of the bone. SYN: corpus radii [TA], body of radius.- s. of tibia [TA] the triangular body of tibia between its expanded proximal and distal ends. SYN: corpus tibiae [TA], body of tibia.- s. of ulna [TA] the s. of the ulna between the proximal extremity and the head. SYN: corpus ulnae [TA], body of ulna.* * *sad, hostile, anxious, frustrating, tenacious [patient]
* * *a) the cylindrical part of a long bone between the enlarged endsb) HAIR SHAFT
* * *(shaft) a long slender part, such as the diaphysis of a long bone. Called also scapus [TA].
Medical dictionary. 2011.