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  1. What is rheumatoid arthritis
  2. Why don't ligaments repair quickly?
  3. What is osteoarthritis
  4. What are the chronic forms of arthritis?
  5. What are pivot joints?
  1. a wear and tear arthritis
    affects more women
    more common in aged
  2. b becasu they are non-vascular
  3. c chronic inflammatory autoimmune disease of unknow cause
    onset usually between 40-50
    begins in synovitis of joint, blood cells migrate to joint, scar tissue forms, produces bent deformed finters
  4. d osteoarthritis
    rheumatiod
    gouty
  5. e rounded end of one bone protrudes into "sleeve" or ring of another
    only uniaxial movemnt allowed
    ex. joints between radius and ulna (side by side)

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. inflammartory degenerative diseases that damage joints
    lead to pain, stiffness and sweeling of joints
    acute forms cause by bacteria
  2. synovial joints where articulating surfaces are flat
    carpals and tarsals
  3. deposits of uric acid crystals in joint and soft tissue followed by an inflammation response
    usually found at great toe
  4. synovial joints where cylindrical projection of one bone fits into trough-shaped surface of another
    motion is on single plane
    allows flexation and extension only
    ex. elbow and interphalangeal joints
  5. ligaments are stretched or torn
    if fully torn surgical repair necessary

5 True/False Questions

  1. The kneesimilar to condyloid joint but allow greater movement
    both surfaces have concave and convex surfaces
    ex. joint of thumb

          

  2. What is bursitisinflammartory degenerative diseases that damage joints
    lead to pain, stiffness and sweeling of joints
    acute forms cause by bacteria

          

  3. Saddle jointssimilar to condyloid joint but allow greater movement
    both surfaces have concave and convex surfaces
    ex. joint of thumb

          

  4. What type of joint is the hip joint?synovial joints where cylindrical projection of one bone fits into trough-shaped surface of another
    motion is on single plane
    allows flexation and extension only
    ex. elbow and interphalangeal joints

          

  5. What are cartilage injuries?synovial joints where articulating surfaces are flat
    carpals and tarsals

          

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