Cranial sutures are fibrous bands of tissue that connect the bones of the skull.
Fontanelles; Sutures - cranial
An infant's skull is made up of six separate cranial bones (the frontal bone, the occipital bone, two parietal bones, and two temporal bones). These bones are held together by strong, fibrous, elastic tissues called cranial sutures.
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