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Synarthrosis is what kind of joint?

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56 questions
Synarthrosis is what kind of joint?
Slightly movable
Amphiarthrosis is what kind of joint?
Freely moveable
Diarthrosis is what kind of joint?
Fibrous Cartilaginous Synovial
Three STRUCTURAL classifications of joints
Syndesmosis (pegs teeth into sockets; alveoli) Synarthrotic
FIBROUS gomphosis is what kind of special joint? Syn, Amphi, or diar?
Cartilage (no joint cavity)
Cartilaginous joints are connected by what?
Synchondrosis Symphysis
2 types of cartilaginous joints
Hyaline cartilage
Cartilaginous synchondrosis is what kind of cartilage?
1. Connected by ligaments or cords of fibrous tissue 2. Amphiarthrotic 3. Ulna and radius
Describe the structure and degree of movement of syndesmosis joints in the body and give examples (3 points)
1. Only found in our teeth that fit in areolar socket 2. Synarthrotic
Describe the structure and degree of movement of gomphosis joints and give example
Hyaline cartilage unites bone; Synarthrotic, costal cartilage, epiphyseal plate
Structure and degree of movement of synchondrosis and give example. Cartilage?
Amphiarthrotic; fibrocartilage unites bone; pubic symphysis, intervertebral discs
Structure and degree of movement of symphysis joints and example. Cartilage?
Carpometacarpal in thumb (2 axis rotation)
Structural features of Saddle synovial joint
Shoulder and hip (multiaxial; femur to pelvis, scapula to humerus
Structural features of Ball and Socket synovial joint
Head, arms, legs (flexing is bending)
Flexion and Extension movement
Moving arm/leg/head backward
Hyperextension movement
Hip abductors Abduct: away from midline
Abduction and adduction movement
Back stroke or circular movement
Circumduction movement
Shoulder shrug, mouth open or closed
Elevation and depression movement
Protraction: forward Retraction: back
Protraction and Retraction
Moving foot inward and outward
Inversion and Eversion movement