-1Cartilagenous JointsŸSyncondroses: hyaline cartilage between bones, between ribs & sternum, growth plates, between Diaphysis & epiphysis. ŸŸSymphyses: fibrocartilage between bones, syphilis pubis, intervertebral joints.ŸŸSynovial Joints: all have hyaline (articular) cartilage on ends of bones. All have joint capsules: fibrous capsule around the outside (tough connective tissue). It has a synovial membrane on the outside.ŸAll have a synovial cavity filled with vicous lubricating fluid.ŸReinforcing ligaments: capsular (part of capsule), extra capsular, intravascular (ACL)ŸNerves & vessels - pain & proprioception, filtration - synovial fluid.ŸProprioception - body awarenessŸFibrocartilage- carticular dish (extra piece - like meniscus in knee)ŸBursae - Fluid (synovial) filled sac between bone & tendon or muscle)ŸTendon sheath - holds tendon against bone - lined with synovial membrane, so tendon can slide
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