sphenozygomatic suture

sphenozygomatic suture
sphe·no·zy·go·mat·ic suture .sfē-nō-.zī-gə-.mat-ik- n the suture occurring between the greater wing of the sphenoid bone and the zygomatic bone

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sutura sphenozygomatica.

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