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Chapter 9 Joints = Articulations Where ANY bones come together Developed by John Gallagher, MS, DVM
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Classification of Joints 1. Function 1. Based on ROM 2. Structure 1. Based on structure and whether there is a joint cavity
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1. Functional Classification of Joints 1) Synarthrosis (no movement) Fibrous (Sutural or Gomphosis) Cartilaginous (Synchondrosis often becomes synostosis) Bony Fusion (Synostosis) 2) Amphiarthrosis (little movement) Fibrous (Syndesmosis tibia to fibula) Cartilaginous (Symphysis) 3) Diarthrosis (free movement) Three types of movement Six Types of structure
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2. Structural Classification of Joints ( Marieb utilizes Structural Classification (See Table 9.1) 1. Fibrous (no joint cavity) Almost no movement, little CT E.g, Sutures in calvarium 2. Cartilaginous E.g., Symphysis pubis, IV disks 3. Synovial by far most important
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1. Fibrous (no joint cavity) Sutures Only in the skull Lambdoidal, Coronal, etc.
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