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Unformatted text preview: CHAPTER 8 lab activity Date V. f . NAME ‘J-i? » e 2 O 1. What is another name for a joint? if, {Alert-2 2. List the structural classifications ofjoints. 4. Draw a typical joint on the back of this page. Describe the basic structure of synovial joint, define and include the following: 1. synovial membrane 2. synovial fluid 3. articular cartilage J; . 4. fibrous capsule 5. Describe the function oftendons: 6. Describe the function of ligaments: invite ig . 7. Using the Shoulderjoint model and your text: 1. Identify and list the bones and other structures comprising the shoulder joint. 2. ldentify the "rotator cuff" muscles. a. b. . ~ ~ c. d. 8. Using the Knee joint model and your text: 1. Identify and list the bones and structures comprising the knee joint. 2. Identify the major groups of knee ligaments. a. M. (medial & lateral). M0 Vii/5”“ '_U‘ . b. OK. 0 (.‘rt'u4jatafi‘6 \‘iméflten’teriof& posterior). 1. lbs Ligament A 2. C, Synovial fluid 8 3. ? Synowal membrane E 4. Cartilage Section ll- Determine the correct term for the following statements. 5. The lubricating fluid in the joint is secreted by this. UAW 511$ 6. This joins bone to bone. They are strong and flexible, and their function is to prevent the joints dislocating. QMW J 7. This protects the ends of the bones from jarring together as the joints impact. {4\.. :',.t\§'1‘,, r“ i a “r: : LA ‘ sum thaw-W ‘ i.» 1 : L“, 8. This is the most flexible of all types of synovial joints allowing side to side and rotating movement {UK we 5% if,» 9. The joint between the atlas and the axis is one of these. 5 nuance/i kn 13ml“ Section lll- Determine the structurallfunctional classifications of joints and list 3 examples of each. ...
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  • Fall '11
  • Keiller
  • Synovial joint, structural classifications ofjoints, Knee joint model

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