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joints

QuestionAnswer
immovable joint - functional synarthoroses
slightly moveable - functional amphiarthroses
freely moveable - funtional diathroses
joint that typically doesn't move - structural fibrous
joint that typically only moves slightly cartilaginous
joint that typically is freely moveable synovial
immovable joint or very slightly movable joint joined by fibrous tissue syndesmosis
immovable joint only found in the skull, bound tightly by connective tissue suture
immovable joint found only in the roots of the teeth gomphosis
slightly moveable, bones are separated by a pad of fibrocartilage. these joint are designed for strength and shock absorber symphysis
immovable joint contains a rigid cartilage that unites two bones synchondrosis
intercarpal and intertarsal bones of the wrist and foot gliding
permits fexion adn extension hinge
rotation on a single axis pivot
provides movement in 2 directions ellipsoid
carpometacarpal joint between the trapezium and 1st metacarpal saddle
fexion, extension, abduction and adduction, circumduction, and rotation ball and socket
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