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Cavity small potential space 3 articular joint

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cavity small potential space 3 Articular Joint capsule 4 Synovial fluid 5 Threepossible types of reinforcing ligaments capsular intrinsic part of the fibrous capsule Extra capsular outside the capsule intra capsulardeep to capsule covered by synovial membrane 6 Rich nerve and blood vessel supy movement muscle attachmentsacross a joint origin attachment to the immovablebone insertion attachment to the movablebone
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Range ofmotion Nonaxial Slipping movements on ly uniaxial movement in one plane Biaxial Movement in two planes Multi axial movement in or around all three planes Classification of synovial joints based on shape of articular surfaces plane monaxial joints flat articular surfaces ex intercarpal Joint Hinge uniaxial joints motion along asingle plane flexion and extension only ex elbow and temporomandibular joint at MJ pivot Rounded end of onebone conforms to a Steve or ring of another bone uniaxial Meherent only ex proximal radio ulnar joint Radius Vma Condyloid Ellipsoidal Biaxial joints Both articular
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  • Fall '15
  • Gomez
  • Physiology, Anatomy, Atom, pH, Light, Ex carpometacarpaljoint ofThumb, joints BasedonMaterialbindingbonestogetherandwhetherornot ajointcavity, Condyloid Ellipsoidal, Joint synovial cavitysmallpotentialspace

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