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35. Define accessory motion. Define physiological motion. How are

they related? Provide an example in the human body.


47. List the six (6) types of diarthrodial/synovial joints.


48. Using proper joint terminology, list the name and position of each joint involved upon completion of the following multiple joint movement.
Starting from the anatomical position, reach with your right arm and touch the ipsilateral side of your head with the palm of your hand.


49. List three (3) of the terms that are used to describe bone markings.


50. List two of the most commonly occurring movements for each of the following planes: sagittal, frontal, and transverse.

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