Last revised by Daniel J Bell on 24 Nov 2019

Syndesmoses (singular: syndesmosis) are a type of fibrous joint where strong collagen rich connective tissue holds two portions of bone together allowing very little movement. They consist of an interosseous membrane and ligamentous thickenings.


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Cases and figures

  • Figure 1: radioulnar syndesmosis
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