4 Written questions
4 Multiple choice questions
- Joints in which bones at the symphysis are coverd by a thing layer of hyaline cartilage, and th cartilage, in turn is attached to a pad of springy fibrocartilage.
- movable joint
- a fibrous joint formed by the union of a cone-shaped bony process in a bondy socket. these are synathroitc joints
- bands of hyaline cartilage unite the bones. Man of these joints are temporary structures that disappear during growth.
4 True/False questions
suture → A fibrous joint that are found only between flat bones of the skull. They are immovable joints so they are classified as synathrotic.
amphiathrotic → movable joint
cartilaginous joints → joints composed of dense connective tissue holding them together.
Synovial joints → joints composed of dense connective tissue holding them together.