Amphiarthrodial joints refer to joints that functionally allow only a very slight amount of movement, such as synchondrosis (example: costochondral joint of the ribs with sternum), syndesmosis (example: distal tibiofibular), and symphysis (example: symphysis pubis) joints.

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