Definition of Symphyses. Meaning of Symphyses. Synonyms of Symphyses

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Definition of Symphyses

Symphyses
Symphysis Sym"phy*sis, n.; pl. Symphyses. [NL., fr. Gr. ?, fr. ? to make to grow together; sy`n with + ? to cause to grow; to grow.] (Anat.) (a) An articulation formed by intervening cartilage; as, the pubic symphysis. (b) The union or coalescence of bones; also, the place of union or coalescence; as, the symphysis of the lower jaw. Cf. Articulation.

Meaning of Symphyses from wikipedia

- together of parts or structures. Unlike synchondroses, symphyses are permanent. The more prominent symphyses are: the pubic symphysis sacrococcygeal symphysis...
- occasionally, crushed in order to further facilitate the delivery. Pubic symphyses have importance in the field of forensic anthropology, as they can be...
- The sacrococcygeal symphysis (sacrococcygeal articulation, articulation of the sacrum and coccyx) is an amphiarthrodial joint, formed between the oval...
- In human anatomy, the facial skeleton of the skull the external surface of the mandible is marked in the median line by a faint ridge, indicating the mandibular...
- symphysis, is still visible as a faint ridge in the midline. Like other symphyses in the body, this is a midline articulation where the bones are joined...
- osteohistology-based ontogeny? A case study of Late Cretaceous pterosaur jaw symphyses from Hungary reveals hidden taxonomic diversity" (PDF). Paleobiology....
- trunk. The rostrum was long and the rostral fossa broad. The mandibular symphyses (the lower jaw-bone) were very long and curved downward, which, with the...
- divided through or near the parasite's hip joints and not at the pubic symphyses. The remaining incomplete pelvic ring was cut and bent to make the ends...
- osteohistology-based ontogeny? A case study of Late Cretaceous pterosaur jaw symphyses from Hungary reveals hidden taxonomic diversity" (PDF). Paleobiology....
- osteohistology-based ontogeny? A case study of Late Cretaceous pterosaur jaw symphyses from Hungary reveals hidden taxonomic diversity" (PDF). Paleobiology....
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