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1.Define the termarticulationin terms of the skeletal system.2.How can we classify joints?3.Describe thefibrous joint, cartilaginous joint,andsynovial joint. Giveexamples.4.What aresynarthrosis, amphiarthrosis,and diarthrosis? Give examples.5.What relationship is between the degree of mobility at a joint and the stabilityof the joint?6.Compare and contrast the three types of fibrous joints; explain thecharacteristics and give examples of the three types of fibrous joints:gomphosis joint, suture joint,andsyndesmosis joint.7.Compare and contrast the two types of cartilaginous joints; explain thecharacteristics and give examples of the two types of cartilaginous joints:synchondrosis joint and symphyses joint.8.What is costochondritis? Explain the cause, symptoms, signs, and possibletreatments of costochondritis.9.List all the components of the synovial joint and give the functions of eachcomponent (remember the synovial joint is the only diarthrotic type joint in thehuman body)10.Explain the chemical composition of synovial fluid and the functions ofsynovial fluid, correlating those functions to its chemical composition.11.What are the anatomy and physiology of ligaments, tendons, bursa,tendon sheath, fat pads, sensory nerves,andblood vessels within asynovial joint?12.Explain the construct and function of ligaments (remember depending onwhere the ligament is located in the joint capsule, it could be anextracapsularorintracapsular ligament;ligaments are important instabilizing a synovial joint)13.What are tendons?

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