frontal suture

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fron·tal su·ture

[TA]
the suture between the two halves of the frontal bone, usually obliterated by about the sixth year; if persistent it is called a metopic suture or sutura frontalis persistens.
Synonym(s): sutura frontalis
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fron·tal su·ture

(frŏn'tăl sū'chŭr) [TA]
The suture between the two halves of the frontal bone, usually obliterated by about the sixth year; if persistent it is called a metopic suture.
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frontal suture

An occasional suture in the frontal bone from the sagittal suture to the root of the nose. Synonym: mediofrontal suture; metopic suture
See also: suture
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fron·tal su·ture

(frŏn'tăl sū'chŭr) [TA]
Suture between two halves of frontal bone, usually obliterated by about the sixth year.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012