A joint that allows only rotational movements is called a A circumductive joint

A joint that allows only rotational movements is

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29) A joint that allows only rotational movements is called a A) circumductive joint.B) pivot joint.C) gliding joint.D) pronation joint.E) ball and socket.Answer: BSection Title: Articular Form and FunctionLearning Outcome: 8.3Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge30) Which of the following is a type of joint that makes humans unique?31) Intercarpal joints are
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32) Typical movement at a hinge joint includes33) In order for equestrians to prevent from pushing forward through the front of the stirrups, thefeet must be maintained in a position ofA) inversion.B) dorsiflexion.C) hyperextension.D) plantar flexion.E) eversion.Answer: BSection Title: Articular Form and FunctionLearning Outcome: 8.3Bloom's Taxonomy: Application34) The temporomandibular joint is 35) Joints between the vertebrae include
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36) Which of the following is an example of a pivot joint?37) Intervertebral compression in an abnormal direction can causeA) rheumatoid arthritis.B) rheumatism.C) a herniated disc.D) a sprain.E) None of the answers are correct.Answer: CSection Title: Representative ArticulationsLearning Outcome: 8.4Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge38) The ________ ligament prevents dislocation of the sternoclavicular joint when it is in the elevated position.
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