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Ossified cranial sutures
Type:Bony(synostosis)
Movements: Immovable
Coronal, sagittal, & lambdoid sutures
Type: Fibrous(Synarthrosis); Serrate suture
Movements: Little/None
Squamous suture
Type:Fibrous (Synarthrosis); Lab suture
Movements: Little or none
Palatine processes of maxilla
Type:Fibrous; Plate suture
Movement:none
Teeth
Fibrous (Synarthrosis); Gomphosis "Peg in Socket" type joint;
Movement: None
Radio-Ulna Joint
Type: Fibrous (Synarthrosis); Syndesmosis joint; 2 bones bound by relatively logn collagenous fibers
Movement: Moveable
Tibia-fibula joint
Type: Fibrous(Synarthrosis); Syndesmosis Joint
Movement: Less Moveable
Temproary joint between e piphysis and diaphysis of long bone in children
Type: Cartilaginous; Synchondrosis; 2 bones bound by hyaline cartilage
Movement: Minimal
1st rib to sternum
Type: Cartilaginous; Synchondrosis; Attachment is by hyaline costal cartilage
Movement: None
Pubic Symphysis
Type: Cartilaginous, Symphysis 2 bones joined by fibrocartilage
Movement: Slightly moveable
Intervertebral body joint
Type: Cartilaginous, Symphysis; united by intervertebral disc-- fibrocartilage
Movement: Slightly moveable
Radiocarpal
Type: Condylar(ellipsoid); Biaxial
Movement: In 2 planes
Metacarpophalangeal
Type: Condylar(Ellipsoid), Biaxial
Movement:In 2 planes
Trapeziometacarpal(b/w trapezium & metacarpal I)
Type: saddle; biaxial
Movement:In 2 planes
Sternoclavicular
Type: Saddle; biaxial
Movement:In 2 planes
Intercarpal & intertarsal
Type: Plane (Gliding); Biaxial
Movement: Slight
Articular Processes of vertebrae
Type: Plane( Gliding) biaxial
Movement:slight
Interphalangeal ( finger and toe)
Type: Hinge; monoaxial
Movement:in 1 plane
Atlantoaxial
Type: Pivot; monoaxial
Movement:spins on longitudinal axis
Radioulnar
Type: Pivot; monoaxial
Movement:spins on longitudinal axis