Which of the following is a classification of a cartilaginous joint A ball and

Which of the following is a classification of a

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10) Which of the following is a classification of a cartilaginous joint?A) ball and socketB) glidingC) pivotD) symphysisE) hingeAnswer: DSection Title: Classification of JointsLearning Outcome: 8.1Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge11) A dislocation, in which the articulating surfaces of a joint are forced entirely out of position, is called (a)
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12) The type of joint formed by the epiphyseal cartilages is called a13) Which of the following is a function of synovial fluid?14) Damage to a joint so that it is slightly out of its normal position is called a A) luxation.B) subluxation.C) dislocation.D) separation.E) strain.Answer: BSection Title: Classification of JointsLearning Outcome: 8.1Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge15) Structures that connect bone to bone are called
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16) Ligaments inside of a joint capsule are called17) Which of the following contribute to the limitation of movement of a joint?18) A joint that permits free movement in only one direction is aA) monaxial joint.B) biaxial joint.C) triaxial joint.D) syndesmosis.E) suture.Answer: ASection Title: Articular Form and FunctionLearning Outcome: 8.2Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge
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