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A is a type of joint separated by a fibrocartilage

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5. A _____ is a type of joint separated by a fibrocartilage pad that allows very slight movement between the bones. A. synchondrosis B. symphysis C. synovial D. diarthrodial
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6. There are ___ types of synovial joints. 7. The area through which a joint may normally, freely, and painlessly move is the 8. Circumduction is a circular movement of a limb that delineates a(n) ___________. 9. The scapulae moving away from the spine is known as A. adduction. B. retraction. C. protraction. D. upward rotation. 10. A term pertaining, usually, to muscles that arise or originate outside (proximal to) the body part on which they act. 11. The range of muscle-fiber length between maximal and minimal lengthening is called
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