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Chapter 8 Anatomy and Physiology IClassification in Two WaysoMovementDiarthrosesFreely moveableAmphiarthrosesPartially moveableSynarthrosesImmoveableoStructureFibrousJoint held by fibersCartilaginousCartilage connects jointSynovialIncludes synovial fluid, ligaments, and bursaFibrous jointsoSynarthrosesExamples are sutures (skull), syndesmosis (held byligament), and gomphosis (periodontal ligament for teeth)CartilaginousoSynarthrosesSynchondroses
United by hyalineExamples are epiphyseal plate and ribsoAmphiarthroticSymphysesUnited by fibrocartilageExamples are vertebral discs and pubis symphysisSynovial jointsoBones separated by joint cavity containing fluid made by amembraneoCovered in hyaline cartilageoJoint capsule encloses the cavityoExample shoulder, knee, and hipoFIGURE 8.3!!!oSynovial fluid is lubricantoSome contain fibrocartilage discs for shock absorbentoSome contain ligaments internally and all on the outside bytendons and ligamentso

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Term
Fall
Professor
Jones
Tags
Physiology, Anatomy, hyaline cartilage, synovial fluid, Bursa ease movement, Synovial fluid membrane

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