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a&p articulations

skull -cranial & facial bones -fibrous souture -synarthrotic, no movement
temporo-mandibular -temporal bone and mandible -synovial, modified hinge -diarthrotic; depression, protraction, retraction
atlanto-occipital -occipital and atlas -synovial, condyloid -diarthrotic; flexion, extension
atlantoaxial -atlas and axis -synovial; pivot -diarthrotic; uniaxial, rotation of the head
intervertebral (1) -between vertebral bodies -cartilaginous; symphysis -amphiarthrotic; slight movement
intervertebral (2) -between articular processes -synovial; plane -diarthrotic; gliding
vertebrocostal -vertebrae & ribs -synovial; plane -diarthrotic; gliding of ribs
sternoclavicular -sternum and clavicle -synovial; shallow saddle =diarthrotic; multiaxial
sternocostal (first) -sternum & rib 1 -cartilaginous; synchondrosis -synarthrotic; no movement
sternocostal (all) -sternum and ribs 2-7 -synovial; double plane -diarthrotic; gliding
acromioclavicular -acromion of scapula and clavicle -synovial; plane -diarthrotic; gliding and rotation
shoulder (glenohumeral) -scapula and humerus -synovial; ball and socket -diarthrotic; flexion, extension, abduction
elbow -ulna and radius with humerus -snovial; hinge -diarthrotic; flexion, extension
radioulnar -radus and ulna -synovial; pivot -diarthrotic; uniaxial rotation
wrist (radiocarpal) -radius and proximal carpals -synovial, condyloid -diarthrotic, biaxial, flexion, extension, abduction
intercarpal -adjacent carpals -synovial, plane -diarthrotic; gliding
knuckle -metacarpal and proximal phalanx -synovial; condyloid -diarthrotic; biaxial, flexion, extension, abduction
finger -adjacent phalanges -synovial, hinge -diarthrotic; uniaxial; flexion, extension
sacroiliac -sacrum and coxal bone -synovial, plane -diarthrotic; slight gliding possible
pubic symphysis -pubic bones -cartilaginous; symphysis -amphiarthrotic; slight movement
hip -hip bone and femur -synovial; ball and socket -diarthrotic; multiaxial...flexion, extension, abduction, adduction
knee (tibiofemoral) -femur and tibia -synovial; modified hinge -diarthrotic; biaxial...flexion, extension
knee (femoropatellar) -femur and patella -synovial; plane -diarthrotic; gliding of patella
tibiofibular proximal -tibia and fibula -synovial; plane -diathrotic; gliding of fibula
tibiofibular distal -tibia and fibula -fibrous; syndesmosis -synarthrotic
ankle -tibia and fibula with talus -synovial; hinge -diarthrotic; uniaxial; dorsiflexion and plantar flexion
intertarsal -adjacent tarsals -synovial; plane -diarthrotic; gliding; inversion and eversion of foot
tarsometatarsal -tarsals and metatarsals -synovial; plane -diarthrotic; gliding of metatarsals
metatarsophalangeal -metatarsal and proximal phalanx -synovial; condyloid -diarthrotic; biaxial; flexion, extension, abduction, adduction, circumduction of great toe
toe -adjacent phalanges -synovial; hinge -diarthrotic; uniaxial; flexion, extension of toes
Created by: aahenderson9



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