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Joints are functional ___________ between ___________ junctions between bones
The 3 major classifications are _______, _______ and ________ fibrous, cartilaginous and synovial
The most common example of a fibrous joint are __________ sutures
There is no ________ once fibrous joints form movement, they are immovable
Two types of cartilaginous joints are intervertebral discs and pubis symphysis
Cartilaginous joints are made of ______ fibro cartilage
Most joints are _________ joints synovial
Synovial allow _________movement free
Name 6 classifications of synovial joints ball & socket, condylar, gliding, hinge, pivot and saddle joints
example of ball & socket hip or shoulder
example of condylar proximal, phalyxe, metacorpal
example of gliding joint carpals and tarsals
example of hinge joint elbow, knee, between the phalanxes
example of pivot joint c1, c2, atlas, axis,proximal end or radius and ulna
example of saddle joint first metacarpal and carpal that is connected
Created by: mathgirl7