5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What is the weeping lubrication?
- What are the types of special movements?
- What are the three types of joints based on structure?
- What are the functions of the joints
- What is tendon sheath?
- a It is when the synovial fluid goes back and forth from the articular cartilage to the joint cavity
- b mobility
hold skeleton together
provide some protection
- c Synarthrosis
- d Pronation
- e It wraps around tendons to protect against rubbing of the bone by the tendon
5 Multiple choice questions
- It means the joints are more stretchier but does not have more joints than anyone else
5 True/False questions
What are the components of synovial joints? → Fibrous capsules
What do the synovial membrane cover? → It provides protection against the rubbing forces in the articular cartilage and acts as macrophages when pushed out by compression to the joint cavity
What is Bursa? → its a pocket of fluid that protects against rubbing on the bone
What does synovial fluid do? → joint cavity and articular cartilage.
Where is the synovial fluid found? → It provides protection against the rubbing forces in the articular cartilage and acts as macrophages when pushed out by compression to the joint cavity