|Section through occipitosphenoid synchondrosis of an infant.|
|Gray's||subject #70 284|
Such joints are found between the epiphyses and bodies of long bones, between the occipital and the sphenoid at, and for some years after, birth, and between the petrous portion of the temporal and the jugular process of the occipital.
- "Module - Introduction to Joints". Retrieved 2008-01-29.
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