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A Visual Analogy Guide to Human Anatomy 4th Edition

A Visual Analogy Guide to Human Anatomy (4th Edition)

Book Edition4th Edition
PublisherMorton Publishing
Shoulder Joint
Figure Questions
Hip Joint
Figure Questions
Elbow Joint
Figure Questions
Knee Joint

Chapter 6, Typical Synovial Joint, Figure Questions, Exercise 01

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Synovial joint is a type of joint in which the two articulating bones are not in direct contact with each other. The joint is enclosed within a joint capsule. The heads of the two bones are capped with the articular cartilage.There is a potential space between these bones known as the joint cavity, which is filled with synovial fluid. The joint is stabilized externally by ligaments.

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