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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/12/11 Test 3 Review Articulations
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Articulations Function How much movement Synarthroses Immovable joint Diarthroses Freely movable joint Structure Nature of binding material Fibrous Fibrous membrane of some extant (dense irregular, dense regular) Cartilaginous Cartilage (Fibrocartilage pads, articular cartilage) Synovial Most complex, made of fibrous membrane and cartilage
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5/12/11 Synovial Ligaments Intrinsic or Extrinsic Sprain vs. Strain Bursae Tendons
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Fibrous Joints Description Example Other Suture Thin fibrous layer Lambdoid suture Ossifies in adults= synotosis Syndesmosis Substantial fibrous layer Distal tibiofibular (Anterior tibiofibular ligament) Shin splints Gonphosis Cone Shape peg in socket Teeth (Periodontal ligament) Interosseous- Membrane Substantial sheet of dense irregular Between the fibula and the tibia; ulna and radius
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5/12/11 Cartilaginous Joints Description Example Synchondrosis Connecting material is hyaline cartilage
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