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Old anatomy exams #1

name all joint subtypes of the biaxial variety condylar; ellipsoid; sellar
lispecific joint subtype of the AC joint gliding
specific joint subtype with a peg in socket gomphosis
define opposition in anatomical position, touching the thumb to the fingertips
"shallow groove or furrow"; NOT slit, cleft, or fissure sulcus
part of scapula that articulates with the head of the humerus glenoid fossa
slight depression on anterior surface of humerus, immediately proximal to capitulum radial fossa
long prominent longitudinal ridge extending along the posterior surface of the femur; has a medial and lateral lip linea aspera
list all possible movemtnts of a sellar joint ex, flex, ab, ad, cir`1
bones of the shouler girdle scapula, clavicle
3rd/lateral cuneiform bone articulates laterally with the _____ cuboid
all specific joint suptypes capable of flexion/extension condylar; spheriod; hinge; ellipsoid; sellar
"cleft" sulcus
line located laterally, on the inferior surface of the clavicle trapezoid line
Created by: jmars984