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Joints and articulations

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cwilliford's version from 2016-11-11 23:36

Section 1

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Functional classifiactions of jointssynarthrosis, amphiarthrosis, diarthrosis.
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synarthrosis has how much movement: little or no movement
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amphiarthrosis has how much movementslight movement
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diarthrosis has how much movement: freely movable
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struc classifications of jointsfibrous, cartilaginous, synovial
3 types of fibrous jointssutures, gomphoses, and syndemoses
sutures areimmovable, found in skull
gomphoses are tooth and socket joint
syndemoses areradius to ulna, bound by ligament
cartilaginous jointssynchondroses and symphyses
synchondroses are rib to sternum, seperated by hyaline cart.
symphyses arejoined by fibrocartilage, pubic symphysis
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Section 2

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synostosesmandible, once seperate- now fused
synovial joints are seperated by a joint cavity
all synovial joints have:hyaline cartilage, joint capsule and accessory struc.
synovial membrane makessynovial fluid
bursae is sac like extension of joint cavity, has synovial fluid
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