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Chapter 5 (Joints)

Sapulpa Physiology Test Review

An immovable joint. synarthrosis
lubricates joint surfaces and nourishes articular cartilages. synovial fluid
freely movable joint exhibiting a joint cavity. synovial joint
immovable fibrous joints that connect the bones of the adult skull. sutures
bones joined by fibrous tissue; no joint cavity is present. fibrous joint
freely moveable joint diarthrosis
a slightly movable . amphiarthrosis
the junction of two or more bones joint
an articulation joint
a cord of fibrous tissue that connects bone to bone ligament
an increase softening of the bone from a gradual decrease in frate of bone formation. osteoporosis
cord of dense fibrous tissue attaching a muscle to bone tendon
bones united by cartilage cartilaginous joint
inflammation of the joints arthritis
inflammation of the bursa sacs. bursitis
inflammation of the tendons tendonitis
a small sac filled with fluid and located at friction points of joints. bursa
an autoimmune disease that affects the joints. rheumatoid arthritis
uric acid that accumulates in the blood and may be deposited as needle-shaped crystals in the soft tissues in the joints. gouty arthritis
most common form of arthritis. osteoarthritis
shoulder joint ball and socket joint
hip joint ball and socket joint
thumb joint saddle joint
joint in the carpals. plane joint
gliding joints plane joint
elbow joint pivot joint
elbow joint hinge joint
knee joint hinge joint
skull and axis joint pivot joint
intervertebral joints cartilaginous joint
movement of joints functional classification
how joints are connected structural classification
types of joint that contains articular cartilage synovial
strongest and most stable joint synarthrosis
types of joints are associated with the growth plate fibrous
Multiaxial bodily joints normally include the hip and shoulder
found at the end of long bones. Articular cartilage
ligaments found on the side of the knee collateral ligaments
ligaments that cross each other in the knee. cruciate ligaments
two pads of cartilage that sits on top the tibia. meniscus
The only moveable bone of the skull mandible
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