Z331 Fall 2010 Ecampus Week 3 Joints Lecture 1 Review Posted

Z331 Fall 2010 Ecampus Week 3 Joints Lecture 1 Review...

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Week 3: Lecture 1:  Chapter 9 –   Joints:  Joint Review
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Basic Joint Principles Articulation = joint Joints (articulations) are  where 2 bones connect Joint Structure:  determines direction  and distance of  movement (range of  motion) Joint strength  decreases as mobility  increases Saladin, 4 th  
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Types of CT found associated with joints Areolar CT – synovial membranes Dense regular CT – ligaments, tendons Dense irregular CT – periosteum, articular capsule Hyaline cartilage – ends of bones, articular cartilage,  developing skeleton Fibrocartilage – intervertebral discs, between halves of  pubis, menisci
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http://www.dental.pitt.edu/informatics Periosteum is Dense irregular CT Periodontal ligament is dense  regular CT http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/1254517-me   Ligaments are dense regular CT
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Synovial Joints Freely   moveable joints  (diarthroses)
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