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syndesmosis


syndesmosis

noun syn·des·mo·sis \ˌsin-ˌdez-ˈmō-səs, -ˌdes-\
plural syn·des·mo·ses \-ˌsēz\

Definition of SYNDESMOSIS

:  an articulation in which the contiguous surfaces of the bones are rough and are bound together by a ligament
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