symphyseal

adjective
sym·phy·se·al | \ˌsim(p)-fə-ˈsē-əl \
variants: or less commonly symphysial \sim-ˈfi-zē-əl \

Definition of symphyseal 

: of, relating to, or constituting a symphysis

First Known Use of symphyseal

circa 1836, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for symphyseal

Greek symphyse-, symphysis symphysis

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symphyseal

adjective
sym·phy·se·al | \ˌsim(p)-fə-ˈsē-əl \
variants: also symphysial \sim-ˈfiz-ē-əl \

Medical Definition of symphyseal 

: of, relating to, or constituting a symphysis

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