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Anatomy and Physiology: Joints
Functional Classification
Structural Classification
Synarthrosis
Amphiarthrosis
type of movement they permit
anatomical position, presence or absent of space bet articula…
an immovable joint
a slightly movable joint
Functional Classification
type of movement they permit
Structural Classification
anatomical position, presence or absent of space bet articula…
51 terms
Anatomy and physiology Joints
Joint
Structural Classification of Joints
Functional Classification of Joints
Synarthrosis
A point of contact between two or more bones between cartilag…
Based on the presence of synovial (joint) cavity and type of…
Based on the degree of movements allowed.
An immovable joint.... Example: Cranial Bones
Joint
A point of contact between two or more bones between cartilag…
Structural Classification of Joints
Based on the presence of synovial (joint) cavity and type of…
Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 9 Joints
arthrology
fibrous joints
cartilaginous
Synovial
study of joints
dense regular connective tissue
cartilage being located at the joint
type of membrane located at this joint, cavity at the articul…
arthrology
study of joints
fibrous joints
dense regular connective tissue
Anatomy and physiology Joints
Joint
Structural Classification of Joints
Functional Classification of Joints
Synarthrosis
A point of contact between two or more bones between cartilag…
Based on the presence of synovial (joint) cavity and type of…
Based on the degree of movements allowed.
An immovable joint.... Example: Cranial Bones
Joint
A point of contact between two or more bones between cartilag…
Structural Classification of Joints
Based on the presence of synovial (joint) cavity and type of…
45 terms
Anatomy and physiology- joints test
Synarthorotic
Amphiarthrotic
Diarthrotic
Fibrous joints... 3 types: syndesmosis, s…
Immovable joints ... Ex: sutures of the skull
Slightly movable joints ... Ex: intervertebral discs between ver…
Freely movable joints ... Ex: joints of appendicular skeleton
Composed of fibrous tissue, no joint cavity is present
Synarthorotic
Immovable joints ... Ex: sutures of the skull
Amphiarthrotic
Slightly movable joints ... Ex: intervertebral discs between ver…
Anatomy and Physiology: Joints
Name and describe the three functional…
Name and describe the three structural…
Fibrous Joint
Cartilaginous Joint
-Synarthrosis: immovable... *EX: Sutures of the skull... -Amphiarth…
-Fibrous... -Cartilaginous... -Synovial
-Articulating bones are held together by dense fibrous connec…
-Articulating bones are held together with cartilage... -Two typ…
Name and describe the three functional…
-Synarthrosis: immovable... *EX: Sutures of the skull... -Amphiarth…
Name and describe the three structural…
-Fibrous... -Cartilaginous... -Synovial
64 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Joints
Are bones flexible?
Where can bones generate movement
Articulations
What is the type of movement possible…
No. They are relatively inflexible
-Can only generate movement at articulations
Where 2 bones interconnect
The structure of a joint
Are bones flexible?
No. They are relatively inflexible
Where can bones generate movement
-Can only generate movement at articulations
9 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Synovial Joints
Articular Cartilage
Fibrous Articular Capsule
Ligaments
Plane Joint
-Covers end of bone
-Encloses joint surfaces
-Reinforce joints
-Short sliding movements... -Nonaxial... -Carpals
Articular Cartilage
-Covers end of bone
Fibrous Articular Capsule
-Encloses joint surfaces
Anatomy and Physiology - Synovial Joints
Joint Capsule
Articular Cartilage
Synovial Fluid
Synovial membrane
Structure- A tough fibrous tissue that has two layers, with t…
Thin layer of glassy-smooth cartilage that is quite spongy an…
Definition- A slippery fluid the consistency of egg whites th…
Soft tissue found between the articular capsuale and the join…
Joint Capsule
Structure- A tough fibrous tissue that has two layers, with t…
Articular Cartilage
Thin layer of glassy-smooth cartilage that is quite spongy an…
Anatomy and Physiology 156: Joints
arthrology
kinesiology
synarthrosis
amphiarthrosis
study of joints
study of motion of human body
immovable joint (mature suture joints)
slightly movable joint (intervertebral)
arthrology
study of joints
kinesiology
study of motion of human body
38 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Joints/Movements
synovial
ball & socket
hinge
saddle
bone ends/parts covered with articular cartilage and closed w…
multi axial (shoulder and hip joints)
uniaxial (elbow and interphalangeal joints)
biaxial (carpometacarpal joint of the thumb and ankle joint)
synovial
bone ends/parts covered with articular cartilage and closed w…
ball & socket
multi axial (shoulder and hip joints)
31 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Body Joints
Cranial and facial bones
occipital bone/ atlas
atlas/axis
between vertebrae
fibrous suture
synovial condylar
synovial pivot
cartilaginous symphysis
Cranial and facial bones
fibrous suture
occipital bone/ atlas
synovial condylar
Anatomy and Physiology of joints
Articulation
Classification of joints.
Function as a classification
Synarthroses
site where two or more bones meet.
Classified by function and structure
How much freedom of movement is allowed at that joint? Rarely…
immovable joint (skull)
Articulation
site where two or more bones meet.
Classification of joints.
Classified by function and structure
48 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Articulations(Joints)
articulation(joints)
functions of joints
two classifications of joints
functional joints
site where two or more bones meet
gives the skeleton mobility and holds the skeleton together
functional and structural
-based on the amount of movement joint allows... -includes synar…
articulation(joints)
site where two or more bones meet
functions of joints
gives the skeleton mobility and holds the skeleton together
Anatomy and physiology- Types of Synovial Joints
Saddle Joint
Ball and Socket Joint
Hinge Joint
Pivot Joint
Articular surface of one bone is saddle shaped, the second bo…
A ball shaped head of one bone articulate with a cup like soc…
A cylindrical protrusion of one bone articulates with a troug…
A rounded structures of one bone articulates with a ring-shap…
Saddle Joint
Articular surface of one bone is saddle shaped, the second bo…
Ball and Socket Joint
A ball shaped head of one bone articulate with a cup like soc…
anatomy and physiology JOINTS
distal phalanx/middle phalanx
tarsal bone/calcaneous
pubis of os coxa/pubis of os coxa
tooth/mandible
hinge
gliding
symphysis
gomphosis
distal phalanx/middle phalanx
hinge
tarsal bone/calcaneous
gliding
47 terms
Joint Anatomy and Physiology copy
Two types of Joints
Two types of Synarthroses Joints
Three types of Fibrous Joints
Fibrous Joints
Synarthroses and Diarthroses
Fibrous and Cartilaginous
Sutures, Gomphosis, & Syndesmosis
Fibrous Tissues connect bone to bone
Two types of Joints
Synarthroses and Diarthroses
Two types of Synarthroses Joints
Fibrous and Cartilaginous
human anatomy and physiology: joints
flexion
extension
dorsiflexion
plantar flexion
bending at knee
straightening the knee
rocking back on knee
standing on toes
flexion
bending at knee
extension
straightening the knee
50 terms
Joint - Anatomy and Physiology
Functional classification of joint
Synarthroses joint
Amphiathroses going
diathroses joint
classified based on amount of mobility... There are 3 functiona…
immovable joint
slightly movable joint
freely movable joint
Functional classification of joint
classified based on amount of mobility... There are 3 functiona…
Synarthroses joint
immovable joint
130 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Bones and Joints
Ligaments
Support
Tendons
Effects of aging
Attach bone to bone
of body as a whole and of organs ... example: ribcage
attach muscle to bone
brittleness of bone... bones become weak ... bone poverty
Ligaments
Attach bone to bone
Support
of body as a whole and of organs ... example: ribcage
33 terms
Human Anatomy and Physiology: Joints
Ball-and-socket joint
Gliding joints
Hinge joint
Pivot Joint
Consists of a bone with a globular or slightly egg-shaped hea…
The articulating surfaces are nearly flat or slightly curved.…
The convex surface of one bone fits into the concave surface…
The cylindrical surface of one bone rotates within a ring for…
Ball-and-socket joint
Consists of a bone with a globular or slightly egg-shaped hea…
Gliding joints
The articulating surfaces are nearly flat or slightly curved.…
48 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Joints Test
What are joints also known as?
What do Articulations do?
What are synarthroses joints?
What are amphiarthroses joints?
Articulations
hold bones together, allow flexibility of the skeleton
immovable joints
slightly movable joints
What are joints also known as?
Articulations
What do Articulations do?
hold bones together, allow flexibility of the skeleton
36 terms
Anatomy and physiology: joints(chapter 8)
Joints: Articulation
Function classification of joints
Functional classifications
Structural classification of joints
Site where two or more bones meet... : function of joints... - give…
: based on movement allowed by the joint
: Synarthroses- immovable... : Amphiarthroses- slightly movable…
Based on material binding bones together
Joints: Articulation
Site where two or more bones meet... : function of joints... - give…
Function classification of joints
: based on movement allowed by the joint
31 terms
Joints (Human Anatomy and Physiology I)
Joints
Arthrology
Joint name
Joints Classified
Any point where two bones meet
Science of joint structure, function, and disfunction
Derived from where joints are located ... ex: Radioulnar joint
Derived from manner in which bones are bound to each other
Joints
Any point where two bones meet
Arthrology
Science of joint structure, function, and disfunction
9 terms
Anatomy and Physiology : Joints
what are the four types of joints
what are bony joints and where are the…
What are fibrous joints and what are t…
what are cartilaginous joints and what…
- Bony... - Fibrous... - Cartilaginous... - Synovial
-immobile joint formed by ossification of gap between bones... -…
-adjacent bones attached by collagen fibers... types: - Sutures…
bones linked by cartilage... -synchondroses (epiphyses and diaph…
what are the four types of joints
- Bony... - Fibrous... - Cartilaginous... - Synovial
what are bony joints and where are the…
-immobile joint formed by ossification of gap between bones... -…
5 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Types of Joints
Saddle
Hinge
Plane
Ball and Socket
biaxial movement; convex and concave areas
angular movement; cylindrical end of one bone into touch shap…
allows short, gliding movements
multi-axial movement; egg-shaped articular surface into oval…
Saddle
biaxial movement; convex and concave areas
Hinge
angular movement; cylindrical end of one bone into touch shap…
Anatomy & Physiology Joints
an immovable joint
a slightly movable joint
a freely movable joint
a joint formed by fusion of two bones
synarthrosis
amphiarthrosis
diarthrosis
synostosis
an immovable joint
synarthrosis
a slightly movable joint
amphiarthrosis
Anatomy + Physiology (Joints & Movements)
Fibrous
Cartilaginous
Synovial
Synarthrosis
3 types: sutures, syndesmoses, gomphoses.
2 types: synchrondroses - hyaline, symphyses - fibrocartilage.
More complex, bursa, 6 types
Non movable joint - skull
Fibrous
3 types: sutures, syndesmoses, gomphoses.
Cartilaginous
2 types: synchrondroses - hyaline, symphyses - fibrocartilage.
22 terms
Anatomy & Physiology 1 Joints
Shoulder Joint
Acromioclavicular Ligament
Glenohumeral Ligament
Coracoclavicular Ligament
3 ligaments
Connects the Acromion Process of the Scapula to the Clavicle
Connects the Glenoid Cavity of the Scapula to the Lesser Tube…
Connects the Caracoid Process of the Scapula to the Clavicle
Shoulder Joint
3 ligaments
Acromioclavicular Ligament
Connects the Acromion Process of the Scapula to the Clavicle
31 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Body Joints
Cranial and facial bones
occipital bone/ atlas
atlas/axis
between vertebrae
fibrous suture
sunovial condylar
synovial pivot
cartilaginous symphysis
Cranial and facial bones
fibrous suture
occipital bone/ atlas
sunovial condylar
20 terms
Anatomy & Physiology - Joints
joints
Bony joints (synostosis)
Fibrous joints (synarthrosis)... a. Sutur…
Cartilaginous joints (amphiarthrosis)…
The name of a joint is typically derived from the names of th…
immovable joints formed when the gap between two bones ossifi…
point at which adjacent bones are bound by collagen fibers th…
two bones are linked by cartilage. There are two types of the…
joints
The name of a joint is typically derived from the names of th…
Bony joints (synostosis)
immovable joints formed when the gap between two bones ossifi…
Anatomy & Physiology (joints)
Joints
Joint Classification
Fibrous Joints
Cartilaginous
functional junctions between bones, it allows skeleton to cha…
fibrous joints, cartilaginous joints, synovial joints, synart…
dense connective tissue connect bones, between bones in close…
hyaline cartilage or fibrocaritlage
Joints
functional junctions between bones, it allows skeleton to cha…
Joint Classification
fibrous joints, cartilaginous joints, synovial joints, synart…
5 terms
Anatomy & Physiology Joints chapter
Immovable Joint
Slightly Movable Joint
Freely Movable Joint
Functional Classification
Synarthrosis - can be fibrous or cartilaginous
Amphiarthrosis - either fibrous or cartilaginous
Diarthrosis - subdivided according to movement
immovable, slightly movable, freely movable
Immovable Joint
Synarthrosis - can be fibrous or cartilaginous
Slightly Movable Joint
Amphiarthrosis - either fibrous or cartilaginous
anatomy physiology / joints
Synovial
Fibrous
Appendicular skeleton
Ball-and-socket joint
Which of the following types of joint has the most movement?H…
The sutures between the bones of the skull are what kind of j…
Which portion of the skeleton contains mostly movable joints?
The shoulder joint is an example of a
Synovial
Which of the following types of joint has the most movement?H…
Fibrous
The sutures between the bones of the skull are what kind of j…
120 terms
Anatomy & Physiology Joints
A joint can also be called
Define joint
How are joints classified?
What criteria is the structural classi…
An articulation or arthrosis
A point of contact between 2 bones,... between bone & cartilage,…
1. Structurally, based on their anatomical characteristics... 2.…
1. The presence or absence of a synovial cavity... 2. The type o…
A joint can also be called
An articulation or arthrosis
Define joint
A point of contact between 2 bones,... between bone & cartilage,…
21 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Movements of Muscles and Joints
Gliding Movements
Angular Movements
Flexion
Extension
Occurs when flat or nearly flat bones surfaces slip over anot…
increase or decrease the angle between two bones
Bending a body part
Straightening a body part
Gliding Movements
Occurs when flat or nearly flat bones surfaces slip over anot…
Angular Movements
increase or decrease the angle between two bones
Anatomy & Physiology: Joints Vocab. 2
Bursae
Tendon Sheath
Plane Joint
Hinge Joint
flattened fibrous sacs lined with synovial membrane &containi…
elongated bursa that wraps completely around a tendon.
the articular surfaces are essentially flat, only short slipp…
Cylindrical end of one bone fits into a through-shaped surfac…
Bursae
flattened fibrous sacs lined with synovial membrane &containi…
Tendon Sheath
elongated bursa that wraps completely around a tendon.
Anatomy & Physiology - Joints (Articulations)
Joints (Articulation)
Kinesiology
Structural Classification of Joints
Bony Joints
Any point where two bones meet, whether or not the bones are…
The study of musculoskeletal movement
- Bony ... - Fibrous... - Cartilaginous... - Synovial
An immovable joint formed when the gap between 2 bones ossify…
Joints (Articulation)
Any point where two bones meet, whether or not the bones are…
Kinesiology
The study of musculoskeletal movement
142 terms
Anatomy & Physiology: Joints
Functional Classifications of Joints
Synarthrotic
Amphiarthrotic
Diarthrotic
Synarthrotic, Diarthrotic, and Amphiarthrotic
Immovable
Slightly movable
Freely movable
Functional Classifications of Joints
Synarthrotic, Diarthrotic, and Amphiarthrotic
Synarthrotic
Immovable
Anatomy and physiology-Joints and Movements
What does the external anterior view o…
What does the external posterior view…
What does the internal anterior view o…
What does your ACL prevent?
Tendons from quadriceps that continue into ligaments (patella…
The articular capsule is thin and only partially presnent
(ACL) attaches to the anterior portion of the tibia... (PCL) Con…
Prevents slidng of the knee and hyper extension
What does the external anterior view o…
Tendons from quadriceps that continue into ligaments (patella…
What does the external posterior view…
The articular capsule is thin and only partially presnent
54 terms
anatomy and physiology bone and joints
types of skeletal cartilage
is cartilage innervated
is cartilage vascularized
how does cartilage grow?
hyaline- epi plate, costals, embryonic skeleton,articular car…
No
No, avascular
interstitial and appositional
types of skeletal cartilage
hyaline- epi plate, costals, embryonic skeleton,articular car…
is cartilage innervated
No
Anatomy and Physiology - Joints
Synarthroses
Amphiarthroses
Diarthroses
Structure - Fibrous
Immovable Joints
Slightly Movable Joints
Free Moving Joints
Immovable
Synarthroses
Immovable Joints
Amphiarthroses
Slightly Movable Joints
anatomy and physiology -- joints
Joints
categories of joints
Bony joints
Fibrous joints ( synarthrosis)
Any point where 2 bones meet regardless of whether it is mova…
bony, fibrous, cartilaginous, and synovial
gap between 2 bones. immobile. (can occur in fibrous or carti…
collagen fibers span the space between bones
Joints
Any point where 2 bones meet regardless of whether it is mova…
categories of joints
bony, fibrous, cartilaginous, and synovial
68 terms
Chapter 9 Joints Anatomy and Physiology
Immovable Joints
Slightly Movable Joints
Freely Movable Joints
Where two bones connect
Synarthroses, Bony
Amphiarthroses, Fibrous or Cartilaginous
Diarthroses, or Synovial
Articulation
Immovable Joints
Synarthroses, Bony
Slightly Movable Joints
Amphiarthroses, Fibrous or Cartilaginous
Anatomy and Physiology "Joints"
Amphiarthrosis
Articulation (joint)
Joints connect
Simple human joints
Nonsynovial cartilaginous joint that is slightly movable
Connects parts of a structure
200 bones of various sizes and shapes in the human skeleton
Less mobile and more stable
Amphiarthrosis
Nonsynovial cartilaginous joint that is slightly movable
Articulation (joint)
Connects parts of a structure
Chapter 8 Anatomy and Physiology (Joints)
Where 2 bones meet
Skeletal mobility and hold together sk…
3 types based on what material binds t…
Bones joined by dense fibrous CT, no j…
Joints (articulations)
Functions of Joints
Structural Joints
Fibrous Joints
Where 2 bones meet
Joints (articulations)
Skeletal mobility and hold together sk…
Functions of Joints
16 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Joints
synarthrotic
amphiarthrotic
diarthrotic
fibrous, cartilaginous, and synovial
immobile joints
slightly mobile joint
freely moving joint
description joints based on structures
synarthrotic
immobile joints
amphiarthrotic
slightly mobile joint
20 terms
Joints | Anatomy and Physiology
Articulation
Synarthosis
Amphiarthosis
Diarthrosis
A joint; point where two bones meet.
Immovable joint.
A slightly movable joint.
A freely movable joint; also called a synovial joint.
Articulation
A joint; point where two bones meet.
Synarthosis
Immovable joint.
75 terms
Anatomy and physiology: Joints
Joint
bony joints or synostosis
fibrous joints or synarthrosis
cartilaginous joints
articulation where two bones meet, can be mobile or not
immobile joint formed when the gap between two bones ossifies…
Point at which adjacent bones are bound by collagen fibers th…
-Two bones linked by cartilage; made of two types (synchondro…
Joint
articulation where two bones meet, can be mobile or not
bony joints or synostosis
immobile joint formed when the gap between two bones ossifies…
35 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Joints
Joint classifications
Fibrous Joint
Cartilaginous joints
Synovial joints
Joints are classified structurally, based on their anatomical…
There is no synovial cavity, and the bones are held together…
There is no synovial cavity, and the bones are held together…
The bones forming the joint have a synovial cavity and are un…
Joint classifications
Joints are classified structurally, based on their anatomical…
Fibrous Joint
There is no synovial cavity, and the bones are held together…
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