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A commissure (TA: commissura) is a location at which two anatomical structures are united. Though the term most commonly refers to the commissures in the brain, there are a number which exist in the human body:
- central nervous system
- head and neck
- where the valvular cusps of the heart attach to each other and the annulus
History and etymology
Commissure derives from the Latin commissura, meaning a joining together.