CATEGORIES OF JOINT STRUCTURE

CATEGORIES OF JOINT STRUCTURE - no separation or articular...

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CATEGORIES OF JOINT STRUCTURE 1. DIARTHROSIS – a joint with an articular cavity (freely moveable) – example: knee •€ Articular cavity •€ Sleeve-like ligamentous joint capsule •€ Lined with synovial membrane which secretes synovial fluid for lubrication •€ Articular surfaces are smooth •€ Articular surfaces are covered with cartilage 2. SYNARTHROSIS – a fibrous joint which can absorb shock with
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Unformatted text preview: no separation or articular cavity (no movement) example: sutures between bones of the skull 3. AMPHIARTHROSIS a joint separated by cartilage which can absorb shock (slightly moveable) Synchonrosis bones separated by fibrocartilage example: sternocostal joint Symphysis bones separated by hyaline cartilage example: vertebral joints and symphysis pubis...
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