An opening or orifice, as in a bone or in the covering of the ovule of a plant.(noun)
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Use "foramen" in a sentence
""If the foramen is not open," Costa stresses, "there is no flow of spirit to the posterior part of the brain and the person does not remember and will not respond to the questions he is asked."
"The first is a structure called the foramen ovale."
"Nerves exit the spine through a small space called a foramen."