Definition of Synchondroses. Meaning of Synchondroses. Synonyms of Synchondroses

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Definition of Synchondroses

Synchondroses
Synchondrosis Syn`chon*dro"sis, n.; pl. Synchondroses. [NL., fr. Gr. ?; sy`n with + ? cartilage.] (Anat.) An immovable articulation in which the union is formed by cartilage. -- Syn`chon*dro"si*al, a.

Meaning of Synchondroses from wikipedia

- two bones. Synchondroses are different than symphyses (secondary cartilaginous joints) which are formed of fibrocartilage. Synchondroses are immovable...
- slightly movable joint. A growing together of parts or structures. Unlike synchondroses, symphyses are permanent. The more prominent symphyses are: the pubic...
- Internal intercostal membrane Synchondroses of thorax Costosternal joint Synchondrosis of first rib Sternal synchondroses Xiphisternal joint Manubriosternal...
- the outer borders of the body are connected to the greater horns by synchondroses; after middle life usually by bony union. Blood is supplied to the hyoid...
- did not grow as well. Therefore, cartilage at condyle, cranial base synchondroses and nasal septum can act as growth centers. The functional matrix hypothesis...
- ligaments are visible. Six vertebrae are visibly capped by cartilaginous synchondroses, a typical juvenile feature. Cartilaginous caps are also present on...
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