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3 types of joints
Fibrous, Cartilagenous, Synovial
Fibrous Joints
connection formed by fibrous tissue
3 types of fibrous joints
suture - skull
syndesmosis - ligament that connects bone to bone
gomphosis - peg into socket, teeth
Cartilagenous joints
hyaline cartilage or fibrocartilage
2 types of cartilagenous joints
synchondrosis
Symphosis
Synchondrosis
Hyaline/articular cartilage found in long bones that disappear when the bones fully calsify (epiphysial plate)
Sympohosis
dense tough fibrocartilage that is slightly mobile occuring in the midline of the body
Annulus Fibrosis
cratilage that wraps around the discs of the vertebrae
Nucleus pulposus
sof cushon inside the intervertebral disc
Synovial Joints
Articular joints
synovial membrane forms a joint capsule
most common
Synovial fluid
feeds the joint and lubricates joint surface
6 types of synovial joints
hinge
pivot
ball & socket
plane/gliding
saddle
condyloid
3 types of joint movement
Synarthrosis
amphiarthrosis
Diaarthrosis
Synarthrosis
No movement
Amphiarthrosis
some movement
Diarthrosis
full range of movement