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JOINTS

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ARTHRO JOINT,
ARTHROLOGY STUDY OF JOINTS
ARTICULAR-JOINT ARTICULAR SURFACES- SMOOTH BONEY SURFACES THAT COME TOGETHER TO FORM FREE MOVING JOINTS
JOINTS ARE WHERE BONES CONNECT
JOINTS FORMED WHEN TWO OR MORE BONES ARE UNITED BY FIBROUS, ELASTIC, OR CARTILAGINOUS TISSUE
SYNARTHROSIS IMMOVABLE (SKULL)
AMPHIARTHROSIS SLIGHTLY MOVABLE (PELVIS)
DIARTHROSIS FREELY MOVABLE JOINT (STIFLE)
ARTICULATIONS (JOINTS) FORMED WHEN TWO OR MORE BONES ARE UNITED BY FIBROUS, ELASTIC, OR CARTILAGINOUS TISSUE
ARTIVCULATIONS (JOINTS) CLASSIFIED BY FUNCTION AND STRUCTURE
FIBROUS UNITED BY FIBROUS TISSUE; NO JOINT CAVITY; SYNARTHROSIS (SKULL)
ARTILAGINOUS UNITED BY CARTILAGE; NO JOINT CAVITY; AMPHIARTHROSIS (INTERVETREBRAL DISCS, PUBIC SYMPHYSIS)
SYNOVIAL JOINT CAVITY FILLED WITH SYNOVIAL FLUID; SYNOVIAL MEMBRANE AND JOINT CAPSULE; DIARTHROSIS (ALL JOINTS OF LIMBS)
TYPES OF JOINTS FIBROUS- IMMOVABLE CARILAGINOUS- SLIGHTLY MOVABLE SYNOVIAL- FREELY MOVABLE
TYPES OF SYNOVIAL JOINTS HINGE; ELBOW, JOINTS OF DIGITS GLIDING- CARPUS PIVOT JOINT- ATLANTOAXIAL JOINT BETWEEN C1 AMD C2 VERTEBRAE BALL AND SOCKET- SHOULDER AND HIP
Created by: JODY84