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Term: What type of joint is fibrous? Definition: Immoveable. Term: What type of joint is cartilaginous? Definition: Slightly moveable. Term: What type of joint is synovial? Definition: Freely moveable. Term: What are the vertebrae sections called? Definition: Cervical , thoracic , lumbar , saccrum , coccyx/ coccygeal Term: How many vertebrae? Definition: 33
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Term: How many cervical vertebrae? Definition: 7 Term: How many thoracic vertebrae? Definition: 12 Term: How many lumbar vertebrae? Definition: 5 Term: How many saccrum vertebrae? Definition: 5 Term: How many coccyx/coccygeal vertebrae? Definition: 4
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Term: How many facial bones? Definition: 14 Term: What is lordosis? Definition: Spinal disorder where there is an exaggerated inward curve. Term: What is kyphosis? Definition: Spinal disorder where there is a exaggerated curve outwards. Term: What is scoliosis? Definition: Spinal disorder where the spine looks like an S Term: What's in the axel skeleton? Definition: (down the centre) skull, sternum, ribs, vertebrae.
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Term: What's in the appendicular skeleton? Definition:
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