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Week 3 Study Questions - Week 3 Study Questions For...

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Week 3 - Study Questions For instructions, please see Week 1 Study Questions. The tables at the end of the chapter are very helpful in answering the following questions. For the specific joints (hip, shoulder, elbow and knee) please be thinking how structure determines function and range of motion. Always remember the trade-off between range of motion and stability. Lecture 1-4: Chapter 9: Joints Details: 1. For each of the following joints of the axial skeleton, describe the functional category, structural category & specific type for each joint (ex: distal tibia-fibular joint is amphiarthrosis fibrous syndesmosis joint). Also list the types of movement allowed by that joint (if applicable, ex. depression, elevation, etc.). a. The joint between the flat bones of the skull. b. The temporomandibular joint. What specific bones are involved in this joint? c. The atlanto-occipital joint. Can you nod yes or no with this joint? d. The atlanto-axial joint. Can you nod yes or no with this joint? e. Vertebral column joints between superior and inferior articular processes. In this case, think of whole trunk movements allowed because all the vertebrae work together. f. Joint between adjacent vertebral bodies. What structures are involved in these joints? In this case, think of whole trunk movements allowed because all the vertebrae work together. i. What stabilizes the vertebral column (generally, not specifically)?
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