sphenosquamosal

squa·mo·sphe·noid

(skwā'mō-sfē'noyd),
Relating to the sphenoid bone and the squamous part of the temporal bone.
Synonym(s): sphenosquamosal

sphenosquamosal

(sfē″nō-skwā-mō′săl) [Gr. sphen, wedge, + L. squamosa, scaly]
Concerning the sphenoid bone and the squamous portion of the temporal bone.
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These are: (1) the intersphenoidal synchondrosis (iss), (2) intrapostsphenodial synchondrosis (its), (3) rostrum ossicle of Bertin synchondrosis, (4) interplanum sphenoidal suture, (5) sphenoethmoid suture, and (6) sphenosquamosal suture (Table 2).
The sphenosquamosal suture began to close at the age of 2 years in 62 cases (31%).
The sphenosquamosal suture began to close at a mean age of 2 years and reached grade 4 at the mean age of 6 years.