12-AP-joints-HO

12-AP-joints-HO - 4 5 6 Human Anatomy & Physiology...

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Arthrology Arthrology Articulations - any place where 2 or more bones meet - may be freely moveable, slightly moveable, or immoveable Classifications - functional - structural Arthrology Structural Classification of Joints - fibrous joint Suture Syndesmosis 1 2 3
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Arthrology Structural Classification of Joints - cartilaginous joint Synchondrosis (hyaline cartilage) Symphysis (fibrocartilage) Arthrology Structural Classification of Joints - synovial joint Non-axial (Gliding) Axial (uni-, bi-, triaxial) Arthrology Uniaxial Joints
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Unformatted text preview: 4 5 6 Human Anatomy & Physiology Arthrology Biaxial Joints Human Anatomy & Physiology Arthrology Triaxial Joints Human Anatomy & Physiology Arthrology Structure of Synovial Joints-joint capsule-articular cartilage-synovial membrane-synovial fluid 7 8 9 Human Anatomy & Physiology Arthrology Synovial Joints-articular disks/rings Human Anatomy & Physiology Arthrology Synovial Joints-ligaments continuous with joint capsule-ligaments separate from joint capsule-internal-external Human Anatomy & Physiology Arthrology Synovial Joints-Blood & Nerve Supply-proprioreception-Bursae-bursitis 10 11 12...
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This note was uploaded on 05/12/2008 for the course BIO 259 taught by Professor Waber during the Spring '08 term at West Chester.

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