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In anatomy, a process (Latin: processus ), or apophysis, is a projection or outgrowth of tissue from a larger body. The vertebra has several kinds of processes, including the transverse process, prezygapophysis, and postzygapophysis.
Examples of processes include:
- the mastoid process
- the xiphoid process
- the acromion process
- the spinous process extends rearward from the centre of each vertebra
- coracoid process
- vertebral transverse processes
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