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What are the joints that do not allow movement? synarthroses
An articulation which the bones are united by a thin layer of fibrous tissue? suture
Bones that are connected by ligaments between the bones? syndesmosis
A conical process fits into a socket and hold in place by ligaments? gomphosis
Joints allowing only slight movement? amphlarthroses
Where bones are connected by a disk of fibrocartilage? symphysis
Where two bony surfaces are connected by permanent bone later in life? synchondrosis
Freely moving joints? diarthroses
Act of bending or decreasing the angle between bones? flexion
Act of increasing angle between bones and opposite of flexion? extension
Increases the joint angle beyond the anatomic posistion? hyperexiension
Moving limbs away from the midline of body? abduction
Moving limbs toward midline of body? adduction
Act of moving bone around a central axis? rotation
Moving the limb in a circle in the air? circumduction
Movement of forearm and hand? supination and pronation
Movements of the foot? eversion and inversion
Moving body forward on a plane parallel to ground? protraction
Moving body forward on a plane parallel to ground? protraction
Moving body backward on a plane parallel to ground? retraction
Raising a part of the body? depression
Movement occuring only with the thumb? opposition
Occur when digits return to normal positions? reposition
Raising the foot up at the ankle? dorsiflexion
Pushing the foot down? plantar flexion
Motion is limited to flexion and extension in a singles plane? hinge joint
Closed sacs with a synovial membrane lining? bursae
Found under the skin wherever the skin is on top of an underlying bone process? subcutaneous bursae
Located between muscle and found above fascia? subfascial bursae
Inflammation of the synovial bursae? bursitis
Connective tissue disorder, inflammation of small joints? rheumatoid arthritis
Inflammation of a whole joint? arthritis
Disease involving mild bacterial infection? rheumatic fever
Inflammation of fibrous connective tissue? primary fibrousitis
Sometimes referred to as degenerative joint disease? osteoarthritis
Accumulation of uric acid? gout
Articular surface is concave in one direction and convex in the other? saddle joint
formed by either oppsing planes surfaces or slightly convex and concave surfaces? gliding joint
Found where one tendon overlies another tendon? subtendinous bursae
How many groups are joints classified in? 3
Created by: lcvogue