anatomy and physiology chapter eight joints

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exhibit a joint cavity

a.fibrous joints
b.cartilaginous joints
c.synovial joints

synovial joints

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types are sutures and syndesmosomes
a.fibrous joints
b.cartilaginous joints
c.synovial joints

fibrous joints

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bones connected by collagen fibers

a.fibrous joints
b.cartilaginous joints
c.synovial joints

fibrous joints

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types include synchondroses and sympheses

a.fibrous joints
b.cartilaginous joints
c.synovial joints

cartilaginous

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all are diarthrotic

a.fibrous joints
b.cartilaginous joints
c.synovial joints

synovial joints

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many are amphiarthrotic

a.fibrous joints
b.cartilaginous joints
c.synovial joints

cartilaginous joints

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bones connected by a disk of hyaline cartilage or fibro cartilage

a.fibrous joints
b.cartilaginous joints
c.synovial joints

cartilaginous joints

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nearly all are synarthrotic

a.fibrous joints
b.cartilaginous joints
c.synovial joints

fibrous joints

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shoulder, hip, jaw, elbow joints

a.fibrous joints
b.cartilaginous joints
c.synovial joints

synovial joints

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freely movable joints are

diarthroses

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anatomical characteristics of synovial joints include

articular cartilage

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factors that influence the stability of a synovial joint include

shape of articular surfaces. presence of strong reinforcing ligaments. tone of surrounding muscles,

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the description "articular surfaces deepand secure; capsule heavily reinforced by ligaments and muscle tendons;extremely stable joint" refers to

the knee joint

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ankylosis means

immobility of a joint due to fusion of its articular surfaces.

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an autoimmune disorder in which joints are affected bilaterally and which involes pannus formation and gradual joint immobilization is

rheumatoid arthritis