Definition of Synchondrosis. Meaning of Synchondrosis. Synonyms of Synchondrosis

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Definition of Synchondrosis

Synchondrosis
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 Synchondrosis from wikipedia

- composed of the ilium, ischium and pubis spheno-occipital synchondrosis Dixon, Andrew. "Synchondrosis | Radiology Reference Article | Radiopaedia.org". Radiopaedia...
- sternum and the xiphoid process meet. It is structurally classified as a synchondrosis, and functionally classified as a synarthrosis. This joint can remain...
- with the sternum. The only exception is the first rib, which has a synchondrosis joint since the cartilage is directly united with the sternum. The sternocostal...
- front of the rib cage. They are hyaline cartilaginous joints (i.e. synchondrosis or primary cartilagenous joint). Each rib has a depression shaped like...
- discs of the spinal column. Primary cartilaginous joints are known as "synchondrosis". These bones are connected by hyaline cartilage and sometimes occur...
- accommodate the growing brain, a condition known as craniostenosis. Synchondrosis is a cartilaginous joint connected by hyaline cartilage, as seen in...
- the basiocciput and basisphenoid or also known as the sphenooccipital synchondrosis. When the fusion occurs improperly, it would give rise to gaps that...
- Syndesmosis Gomphosis Interosseous membrane Suture Cartilaginous joint Synchondrosis Symphysis Epiphysial cartilage Synovial joint Articular disc Meniscus...
- half of the great wing of the sphenoid bone articulates, by means of a synchondrosis, with the petrous part of the temporal bone. Between these two bones...
- that coccydynia develops are partial dislocation of the sacrococcygeal synchondrosis that can possibly result in abnormal movement of the coccyx from excessive...