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Other Terms: Symphysis pubis, Symphysis pubica, Symphyse pubienne
The pubic symphysis is a cartilaginous joint that forms the median junction of the two pubic bones. This symphyseal joint consists of the fibrocartilaginous interpubic disc, the superior pubic ligament, and the arcuate pubic ligament. This solid connective tissue joint has limited mobility and forms the strong anterior connection between the two os coxae.