noun, plural syn·des·mo·ses [sin-dez-moh-seez, -des-] /ˌsɪn dɛzˈmoʊ siz, -dɛs-/. Anatomy.
a connection of bones by ligaments, fasciae, or membranes other than in a joint.
Origin of syndesmosis
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noun plural -ses (-siːz)
anatomy a type of joint in which the articulating bones are held together by a ligament of connective tissue
Word Origin for syndesmosis
New Latin, from Greek sundein to bind together; see syndesis
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n. pl. syn•des•mo•ses (-sēz)
A form of fibrous joint in which opposing surfaces that are relatively far apart are united by ligaments.syndesmodial joint
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