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Unformatted text preview: sutures look like interlocking wavy lines and occur in the coronal, sagittal and lambdoid sutures. Squamous sutures have overlapping edges and occur between the temporal and parietal bones. Plane sutures have straight, non-overlapping edges and occur between the palatine processes of the maxillae. Gomphoses are the joints that holds teeth in their sockets. The tooth is held in place by fibrous periodontal ligaments . These joints allow the tooth to move a little while chewing. The third type of fibrous joint are syndesmoses . These are joints in which two bones are bound together by an interosseus membrane . This is the most movable of the fibrous joints and can be found between the radius and ulna and between the tibia and fibula....
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