manubriosternal joint

ma·nu·bri·o·ster·nal joint

[TA]
the early union, by hyaline cartilage, of the manubrium and the body of the sternum, which later becomes a symphysial type of joint.

ma·nu·bri·o·ster·nal joint

(mă-nū'brē-ō-stĕr'năl joynt) [TA]
The early union, by hyaline cartilage, of the manubrium and the body of the sternum, which later becomes a symphysial type of joint.
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Multiple hypointense areas were seen on T1-weighted images corresponding to hyperintense areas on T2-weighted images in dorsal, lumbar, and sacral vertebral bodies and the manubriosternal joint, with accompanying soft tissue masses.
The sternoclavicular and manubriosternal joints may also be involved.
6) Sternoclavicular, temporomandibular, and manubriosternal joints may also show evidence of arthritis.