synchondrodial joint syn·chon·dro·di·al joint (sĭng’kŏn-drō’dē-əl, sĭn’-)
synchondroseotomy syn·chon·dro·se·ot·o·my (sĭn’kŏn-drō’sē-ŏt’ə-mē) n. A procedure for cutting through a synchondrosis, especially cutting through the sacroiliac ligaments and forcibly closing the arch of the pubes in the treatment of exstrophy of the bladder.
synchondrosis syn·chon·dro·sis (sĭng’kŏn-drō’sĭs, sĭn’-) n. pl. syn·chon·dro·ses (-sēz) A rigid union between two bones formed either by hyaline cartilage or by fibrocartilage. Also called synchondrodial joint.
synchondrotomy syn·chon·drot·o·my (sĭn’kŏn-drŏt’ə-mē) n. See symphysiotomy.
1. a combining form representing synchronized, or synchronous, in compound words: synchroscope; synchrotron. noun (pl) -chros 1. Also called selsyn. any of a number of electrical devices in which the angular position of a rotating part is transformed into a voltage, or vice versa 2. short for synchronized swimming combining form 1. indicating synchronization: synchroflash