Laboratory Manualto accompany Saladin: Anatomy & physiology, Fifth Edition LABORATORY 12 Articulations lhe type of lones. The It movable liticulated I, inferior facets of adjacent vertebrae or intertarsal or intercarpal joints. 2, Hingg jointi allow for angular movement, such as in the elbow, in the knee, oibetween the phalanges of the fingers. You can increase or decrease the Jngle of the two bones with this joint, 3. Pivot joints allow for rotational movement between two bones, such as in the movement of the atlas and the axis when moving the head to indicate "no," They also occur at the proximal radius and ulna, 4. Condyloid or ellipsoid joints allow significant move_ ment inlwo planes, such as at the baJe of the pha_ langes. Condyloid joints consist of a convex surface paired with a concave surface. The junction between the radius and scaphoid bone is a good example of a condyloid joint. Others are found 6etween the atlas
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