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Joints Part 1 Gtcc

joints

TermDefinition
Arthos Joint
Articulation Two bones meet
Kinesiology The study of Motion
Range Of Motion (ROM) Amount of movement possible between two bones
3 classes Synarthrotic, Amphisthrotic, Diarthrotic
3 matrix ingredients Fiber, Cartilage, Bone
Synovial 1 mixed type with several ingredients
Synarthrosis extremely strong to prevent movement
Amphiarthrosis Slight movement, made for stability
Diarthrosis(synovial joint) Free movement
Joint Cavity space between the bones
synovial Joints contain all three matrices and a joint cavity
Synarthrosis (No ROM) Suture, Gomphosis , synchondrosis, synostosis
Amphriarthrosis (some ROM) Syndesmosis, smphysis
Diarthrosis (Full ROM) synovial joints
Suture (Synarthrosis) tough FIBER, Bones interlocked
Gomphosis(Synarthrosis) FIBER connection, binds teeth to sockets
Synchondrosis (Synarthrosis) Rigid CARTILAGE bridge between two bones
Synostosis (Synarthrosis) two BONES fuse and boundary disappears
Metopic Suture requires surgical correction
Epiphyseal Cartilage growth plate of long bones
Syndesmosis (Amphiarthrosis) bones connected by ligaments
Created by: jmooreman