Syndesmoses

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Syndesmoses are joints at which two bones are bound together by a ligament only. Syndesmoses are the most movable of the fibrous joints. The radius and ulna are bound to each other side by side, as are the tibia and fibula, by a syndesmosis in with the ligament forms a broad sheet called an interosseous membrane along the shafts of the two bones.


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