5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What is the weeping lubrication?
- What are the types of Angle Movements?
- What do the synovial membrane cover?
- What are the components of synovial joints?
- Where is the synovial fluid found?
- a Fibrous Capsule and all internal joint surfaces that are not covered with hylane cartilage
- b joint cavity and articular cartilage.
- c Fibrous capsules
- d Extension
- e It is when the synovial fluid goes back and forth from the articular cartilage to the joint cavity
5 Multiple choice questions
- Its called meniscus and it is additional padding where alot of weight is
- It wraps around tendons to protect against rubbing of the bone by the tendon
- Helps protect against crushing forces
- Temporal and Mandiblar Joints
5 True/False questions
What does TMJ stand for? → Temporal-Mandibular Joint syndrome
What are the three types of joints based on function? → Fibrous Joints
What are two types of injuries? → Sprains
What are the three types of joints based on structure? → Synarthrosis
What are the functions of the joints → Arthritis