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What is the largest and most complex of the synovial joints? Hip An example of a cartilaginous joint is the intervertebrae. Which ligament originates from the anterior intercondylar area of the tibia and extends to the lateral condyle of the femur? ACL Turning the hand so that the palm is upward is referred to as supination . Extending the foot at the ankle is referred to as pronation . A softening of adult bone due to a disorder in calcium and phosphorus metabolism is called osteomalacia. A fracture at the distal end of the radius in which the smaller fragment is displaced posteriorly is called _____________________. Which type of fracture is complete and results in several bony fragments? ________________________. What are the differences between: 1. Colles’ fracture______________________________________________________________ 2. Smith’s fracture ____________________________________________________________ 3. Pott’s fracture ______________________________________________________________ 4. Transcervical fracture_________________________________________________________ 5. Fissured _____________________________________________________________________ 6. Sprial________________________________________________________________________ 7. Oblique _______________________________________________________________________ 8. Comminuted ___________________________________________________________________ 9. ORIF_____________________________________________________________________________. What bone articulates with the glenoid cavity to form the shoulder joint? ______________________. What articulates with the distal clavicle and provides attachments for muscles of the arms and chest? ____________________. What muscles are part of the rotator cuff? __________________________________________. During a rotator cuff repair, the suture anchor is placed into the bone and then it is passed through the _________________________. Which muscle contributes to the stability of the shoulder joint? ________________________ Name the bones and muscles of the shoulder joint: 1._______________________ 2._______________________ 3._______________________ 4._______________________ 5._______________________ 6._______________________ 7._______________________
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The end of which bone(s) articulates with the manubrium? ___________________ . Where is the manubrium located? ____________________. Name the parts of the
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