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Chapter_9_Study_Guide - Study Guide Chapter 9 Articulations...

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Study Guide Chapter 9 Articulations 1. 1-What is an articulation? 2. What is a Synarthrosis? What is a diarthrosis? What is an amphiarthrosis? What is a synostosis? 3. A joint formed by the fusion of two bones is a: .Give an example of synostosis. 4. How many different types of joints are there (according to their structure)? 5. How many different types of Joints are there according to their function? 6. How do you classify the synovial joints according to the number of axis? 7. Name the three types of fibrous joints. 8. Give one example of suture. Give one example of Gomphosis. Give an example of Syndesmosis 9. Name the two types of cartilaginous joints. 10. Give two examples of Symphysis.Give one example of synchondrosis 11. From the anterior mentioned joints which one is amphiarthrosis, diarthrosis or Synarthrosis? 12. The synovial joints are all diarthrosis. True or false? 13. Give the characteristics of the synovial joints. Components. 14. Where is secreted the synovial fluid? 15. Give all the functions of the synovial fluid. 16. The synovial fluid resembles interstitial fluid (true or false) 17. The synovial fluid contains a higher concentration of proteoglycans (T. or F_ 18. The synovial fluid is secreted by fibroblasts of the synovial membrane (T or F) 19. The synovial fluid is a lubricant?
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2011 for the course BSC 2085 taught by Professor Gomez during the Spring '11 term at FIU.

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