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syn
immovable
what type of tissue makes up synovial
fiberous tissue
example of syn
skull forming suture between
amphiar
slightly immovable
amphiar is composed of
cartilage
articulation
where two bones meet
joints made with cartilage are not ---- and called
movable syn
sympheses example
pubic, cartilage in vertebre
sympheses stretches in
child birth
fiberous tissue does not
stretch
main difference with diarthrosis and others
the cavity
how are bones connected together
ligaments
ligaments
bone to bone connection
platella ligament connects
platelle to tibia
reduces friction in cavity
synovial fluid
worst type of arthritis that inflames w/ no lubrication
rivitoal
there are four types of movement in which cavity
synovial
non axial
slides
examples of non axial
carpals and tarsals
uni axial
one direction hinge joint
example of uni axial
kneee and elbow axis and atlas
bi axial
two planes
example of bi axial
fingers and knuckles and thumbs
multi axial
ball and socket joint
most common arthritis
osteo
osteo arthridis attacks
articular cartilage
antoher name for osteo
wear and tear
longest bone
femur
butt and leg muscles attached
greated and lesser trocantrs
head of femur fits into this depression
setabolum
number of bones in the pelvis
three
middle of crotch
pubic synthesis
pelvis is an example of
slightly movable cartilage
smallest bone in pelvis
pubis
2nd biggest bone in pelvis
ishium
biggest bone in pelvis
illium
vertebre fused between hip bones in the back
sacrum
below the sacrum is the
tailbone
the funny bone is the
unlar nerve
ulna is bigger or smallest
biggest in fore arm
ulna or radius has more attachemtn to humerus
ulna
lines up with thumb
radius
head of humerus is what tiype of joint
ball and socket
the head of the humerus fits where
glenouid cavity
shoulder balde
flat bone scalpula