c 9 notes - CHAPTER 9 JOINTS AND MOVEMENTS Joint groupings...

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CHAPTER 9 JOINTS AND MOVEMENTS Joint groupings Fibrous, cartilaginous and bony joints Synovial joints _________________ is the study of the joints Two classification types 1) function diarthrosis - amphiarthrosis - synarthrosis - 2) Structure 1) fibrous 2) Cartilaginous 3) bony 4) synovial joints Comparison of types Synovial joints Fibrous joints Cartilaginous joints Structural Joint Types Fibrous joints have _______________fibers spanning the space between bones Cartilaginous joints have 2 bones bound to each other by _____________ Bony joints- fusion of two bones with _____________ tissue FIG 9.2*** FIBROUS JOINT TYPES A) Sutures ______________ fibrous joints that bind the bones of the skull to each other 3 suture types 1. Serrate sutures appear as interlocking wavy lines 2. Lap or squamous sutures are 2 bones with overlapping beveled edges 3. Plane or butt sutures have straight, nonoverlapping edges
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B) Gomphoses Attachment of a tooth to its socket Tooth held in place by fibrous periodontal ligament Allows tooth to move a little while chewing Functional type? C) Syndesmoses
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