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syn·ar·thro·sis

 (sĭn′är-thrō′sĭs)
n. pl. syn·ar·thro·ses (-sēz) Anatomy
A form of articulation in which the bones are rigidly joined by fibrous tissue. Also called synarthrodia.

[Greek sunarthrōsis, from sunarthrousthai, to be joined by articulation : sun-, syn- + arthron, a joint; see ar- in Indo-European roots.]
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synarthrosis

(ˌsɪnɑːˈθrəʊsɪs)
n, pl -ses (-siːz)
(Anatomy) anatomy any of various joints which lack a synovial cavity and are virtually immovable; a fixed joint
[via New Latin from Greek sunarthrōsis, from sunarthrousthai to be connected by joints, from sun- syn- + arthron a joint]
ˌsynarˈthrodial adj
ˌsynarˈthrodially adv
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syn•ar•thro•sis

(ˌsɪn ɑrˈθroʊ sɪs)

n., pl. -ses (-sēz).
Anat. an immovable joint or articulation.
[1570–80; < New Latin < Greek synárthrōsis=synarthrō-, variant s. of synarthroûsthai to be joined by articulation]
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syn·ar·thro·sis

n. sinartrosis, articulación inmóvil en la cual los elementos óseos están fusionados.
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However, a synchondrosis is a synarthrosis, arranged as a juncture without a cavity, connected by means of a cartilage.
Left carpal synarthrosis and misalignment of the spine at the L5-L6 level were also observed on the radiographs.
In effect, it is the interosseous ligaments that constitute a fibrous synarthrosis through extensive attachments to the sacral and iliac tuberosities [36,38].