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Chapter 8

how many joints are there? 35
Types of tissues fibrous, cardilagenious, and synovial
3 types of movement joints synarthrotic, amphiarthrotic, and diarthrotic
synthrotic NO MOVEMENT
amphiarthrotic Partial movement
diaarthrotic Free and complete movement/synovial
Fibrous dense connective tissue
syndemosis bound by a ligament tibiofibular articulation/ankle sprain
suture flat bones are combined/no movement/skull
gomphosis cone shaped synarthrotic root of tooth or mandible
cartilagenous articulating bones joined by cartilage
syncondrosis between the epiphysis and diaphysis/cartilage connecting ribs to sternum
symphysis between vertebre/between pubic bone
ball and socket bone 1 head bone 2 cup shoulder and hip
condylar/ellipsordal oval condyle fits into an ellipse Biaxial- 2 planes of motion radial-carpal (wrist)
Plane/gliding multiaxial/ slightly curved surface carpals and tarsals (wrist and ankle)
Hinge uniaxial convex into concave elbow
Pivot Uniaxial Pivot rotation c1 c2 vertebre(head and neck)
Saddle Biaxial Bone 1 is concave on one end and convex on the other thumb carpal to metacarpal
Created by: stitcher1453