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#3 Test over Joints
What are the 3 different types of joints?
Fibrous, Cartilagenous, and Synovial
What are the 3 types of Fibrous Joints?
Sutures, syndesmoses, and gomphoses
Give an example of a Syndesmoses fibrous joint.
The Tibia and Fibula joint. The fibers are longer and it is amphiarthrosis.
Tooth and bone are what type of joint?
Gomphosis fibrous joint.
What are the 2 types of cartilagenous joints?
Synchondroses and symphyses.
The epiphyseal plate (hyaline cartilage) is classified as what kind of joint?
Cartilaginous joint: Synchondroses
Give 2 examples of a Symphyses cartilaginous joints.
Pubic symphyses and intervertibral disks
Synovial joints have what unique structures?
Articular cartilage, a joint cavity, articular capsule, and reinforcing ligaments.
What is a Bursae and what is its main purpose?
A bursae is a pillow filled with synovial fluid that is used in between joints and also wrapped around tendons. Dense Irregular connective tissue lines the bursae.
a movable joint.
The joint moves a little bit.
the Joint does not move at all.
The first rib is considered a _______ joint. All other ribs are ________ joints.
A tendon connects....
Muscle to bone.
Stability and range of motion depend on?
Fit of articular surfaces, ligaments (tightness), tendons and muscle tone.
The ________ is the attachment of a muscle to a bone and is _______ likely to move.
The _________ is the attachment to the bone (ending of muscle), and is ________ to move.
Insertion, Least likely
Plane joints is where articular bones are both flat and allows for what kind of movement?
What are 2 types of plane joints?
intercarpal joints, disks, and clavical/acromial joint.
What type joint allows for flexion and extention?
The ulna and Humerous joint would classify as what type of joint?
What type of joint allows for rotation? example?
Pivot joints, Atlas C1
What type of synovial joint can do all movements?
Ball in socket joints