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Exercise 13: Articulations and Body Movements


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TYPICALLY ALLOWS A SLIGHT DEGREE OF MOVEMENT

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pateva5 6 weeks ago

Thank you soo much. I need you in my life

dubdc40 4 months ago

#27 - Multiaxial joint - Ball and socket
#28 - Biaxial joint - Condylar and Saddle
#29 - Uniaxial joints - Hynge and Pivot

sadie2014 5 months ago

Very helpful! Thank you for sharing :)

jessica9513 5 months ago

Plane (gliding) non axial;
hinge uniaxial;
pivot uniaxial;
condylar biaxial;
saddle biaxial;
ball-and-socket multiaxial

krystalreid 6 months ago

Thank you for taking the time to do these....I really appreciate this. Lab practical next week.

c2089266 9 months ago

super helpful thank you so much!!! people like you make the world go round :D

ptrank 1 year ago

Multiaxial joint is considered a synovial joint.
biaxial joint is also considered a synovial joint.
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Page 170

Your information is very helpful! Thank you!!

OniHime 2 years ago

Synovial membrane is a membrane composed of soft areolar tissue containing no epithelial cells. It lines the fibrous capsules surrounding the joints where they provide a smooth surface and secrete a lubricating fluid. (pages 112 and 605 in "Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology by Elaine N. Marieb)

A Multiaxial joint is a ball-and-socket joint.
A Biaxial joint is a condylar joint.
A Uniaxial joint is a hinge joint.
(pages 170 and 171)

Other than that, your notes are extremely helpf

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EXERCISE 13
PG. 183 - PG. 186

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Human Anatomy & Physiology

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