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BOARDSanatomy

Arthrology

NameInfo
synarthrosis immoveable, no movement
amphiarthrosis slightly moveable
Diarthrosis synovial joints, freely moveable
sutures parietal bones of the skull, hard palate
gomphoses teeth, styloid process in temporal bone
synchondroses epiphyseal plate
syndesmoses between shafts of distal ulna & radius, distal articulation tibia & fibula
symphysis symphysis pubis, IVD
Symphysis & IVD fibrocartilage
Hinge ginglymus
ginglymus knee, elbow, phalanges, TMJ
Pivot Trochoid
trochoid atlas & axis, proximal radioulnar
Gliding between carpals & tarsals, sternoclavicular and costovertebral joints
Saddle Sella, thumb
Ellipsoid condyloid
condyloid radiocarpal, atlanto-occipital
Ball & Socket spheroid
Spheroid hip & shoulder (greatest range of motion)
Fibrous sutures, gomphoses, syndesmoses
Cartilaginous synchondroses, symphysis
Ligamentous & Synovial Joints hinge, pivot, gliding, ellipsoid, saddle, and ball & socket
pivot C1 - C2
acetabular labrum horseshoe shaped fibrocartilage in acetabulum
Iliofemoral AIIS to intertrochanteric line
Ischiofemoral ischium to greater trochanter
Deltoid strongest ligament
Lateral ligament most commonly injuried
Spring (plantar calcaneonavicular) maintains longitudinal arch
Created by: missyh23