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Fibrous joints (anatomy)
FIBROUS JOINTS ANATOMY Fibrous connective tissue is the main source of binding when it comes to fibrous joints, as these joints were aptly named. The fibrous joints are typically those which are immovable, permit a mild range of motion, or are almost rigid. The fibrous joints are classified as sutures, syndesmoses, more...
Periodontitis or Pyorrhea alveolaris is the inflammation of the periodontium which comprise of tissues supporting teeth in the oral cavity. Parts included in the periodontium are the gingiva or gum tissue, the alveolar bone which are sockets where teeth are attached, the cementum or outer layer of teeth roots and more...