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Hi I don't really like the way that one of the sentences in this article is written. The author states an example of a cartilaginous joint is the joint between the manubrium and sternum. I think that this suggests that the manubrium and sternum are two separate bones but the manubrium is part of the sternum! Perhaps something like this would be a better way of writing it: An example of a cartilaginous joint is the joint between the manubrium (upper part of the sternum) and the body of the sternum. Thanks, RichYPE (talk) 13:29, 30 July 2009 (UTC)
I would agree with you here. I also think we'd need more and better citations. Only one reference is cited at the moment, and I'm getting a 'Not Found' message when I click it. SamOwenI (talk) 12:27, 19 December 2013 (UTC)