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Englisch - Türkisch
(Tıp) semfiz
(Tıp) Sabit ekem
(Tıp) (symphyses)
irtifak sabit mafsal
(Tıp) İki kemik veya organın birbiriyle kaynaşmaları, kemik kaynağı, semfiz
(Tıp) Kaynaşma, bitiştirme
mental symphysis
(Anatomi) simfiz
Englisch - Englisch
The process of two, originally separate bones growing together as the mammalian subject matures, as with the pubic bones or lower jawbones in humans
A line discernable on x-ray showing such fusion
The cartilaginous material that adjoins and facilitates the junction of such bones, with or without synovia
An articulation formed by intervening cartilage; as, the pubic symphysis
a growing together of parts or structures
a growing together of parts or structures an abnormal adhesion of two or more structures
The union or coalescence of bones; also, the place of union or coalescence; as, the symphysis of the lower jaw
an abnormal adhesion of two or more structures
{i} growing together of bones or parts that were formerly separate (Anatomy, Zoology, Botany)
symphysis pubis
The midline cartilaginous joint uniting the superior rami of the left and right pubic bones (pubis), also known as the pubic symphysis. Supports the suspensory ligament in men; in women, it loosens and flexes to aid childbirth
pubic symphysis
A cartilaginous joint between the two bones of the pubis
pubic symphysis
The joint located between the pubes in the lower abdominal region and composed of a fibrous cartilaginous material





    [ 'sim(p)-f&-s&s ] (noun.) circa 1578. New Latin, from Greek, state of growing together, from symphyesthai to grow together, from syn- + phyein to make grow, bring forth; more at BE.

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