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Anatomy & Physiology: Joints (Articulations)
Synarthroses
Amphiarthroses
Diarthroses
Fibrous joints
Immovable joints
Slightly movable joints
Freely movable joints
joined by collagen fibers of connective tissue. No joint cavi…
Synarthroses
Immovable joints
Amphiarthroses
Slightly movable joints
22 terms
Articulations (joints) (Anatomy and Physiology)
Fibrous
Cartilaginous
Synovial
Synarthrosis
no joint cavity, held by fibrous tissue
no cavity, held by cartilage
cavity with ligaments and cartilage
immovable joint
Fibrous
no joint cavity, held by fibrous tissue
Cartilaginous
no cavity, held by cartilage
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
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
27 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Lab (Joints and Articulations)
1. Coronal suture... 2. Fibrous joint... *t…
1. Lambdoidal suture ... 2. Fibrous joint
1. Squamosal suture... 2. Fibrous joint
1. Sagittal suture... 2. Fibrous joint
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
1. Coronal suture... 2. Fibrous joint... *t…
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
1. Lambdoidal suture ... 2. Fibrous joint
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
Anatomy & Physiology Lab (Joints & Articulation)
Gliding
Flexion
Extension
Abduction
Movement back-and-forth or side-to-side, with no rotation or…
Movement which draws bones toward each other, or decreases th…
Movement which separates bones from one another, or increases…
Moving part of the body away from the midline of the body.
Gliding
Movement back-and-forth or side-to-side, with no rotation or…
Flexion
Movement which draws bones toward each other, or decreases th…
26 terms
Human Anatomy & Physiology: Joints and Articulations
Fibrous Joints
Cartilaginous Joints
Synovial Joints
Articulation
Where two bones are connected by a ___________, they are held…
The ends of the bones in a __________________________ are cov…
Most joints of the body are ____________, and allow easy move…
When two bones meet.
Fibrous Joints
Where two bones are connected by a ___________, they are held…
Cartilaginous Joints
The ends of the bones in a __________________________ are cov…
Anatomy & Physiology 101-Chapter 8-Articulations (Joints)
An immovable joint is a(n)
A slightly movable joint is a(n)
A freely movable joint is a(n)
A suture is an example of a(n)
synarthrosis
amphiarthrosis
diarthrosis
synarthrosis
An immovable joint is a(n)
synarthrosis
A slightly movable joint is a(n)
amphiarthrosis
Anatomy and Physiology: Joints, Articulations, & Muscle
synarthrosis - characteristics, types…
synovial joints
vertebral joints
intervertebral disc
Synarthrosis (range of joint motion: no movement) -... Skull Sut…
characterized by the presence of an articular capsule between…
The joints of the vertebral column include the joints between…
lies between adjacent vertebrae in the vertebral column. Each…
synarthrosis - characteristics, types…
Synarthrosis (range of joint motion: no movement) -... Skull Sut…
synovial joints
characterized by the presence of an articular capsule between…
49 terms
Human Anatomy and Physiology -ch 9 Articulations (Joints)
Fibrous joints
Cartilaginous joints
Synovial joints
Synarthroses
-bones connected by fibrous connective tissue, no joint cavit…
bones are connected by cartilage, no joint cavity; include sy…
connected by fibrous tissue and cartilage and have a joint ca…
immovable joints
Fibrous joints
-bones connected by fibrous connective tissue, no joint cavit…
Cartilaginous joints
bones are connected by cartilage, no joint cavity; include sy…
27 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Practical Exam 3 (Joints and Articulations) Part 1
1. Coronal suture... 2. Fibrous joint... *t…
1. Lambdoidal suture ... 2. Fibrous joint
1. Squamosal suture... 2. Fibrous joint
1. Sagittal suture... 2. Fibrous joint
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
1. Coronal suture... 2. Fibrous joint... *t…
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
1. Lambdoidal suture ... 2. Fibrous joint
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
39 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Practical Exam 3 (Joints and Articulations)
1. Coronal suture... 2. Fibrous joint... *t…
1. Lambdoidal suture ... 2. Fibrous joint
1. Squamosal suture... 2. Fibrous joint
1. Sagittal suture... 2. Fibrous joint
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
1. Coronal suture... 2. Fibrous joint... *t…
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
1. Lambdoidal suture ... 2. Fibrous joint
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
12 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Practical Exam 3 (Joints and Articulations) Part 2
Hinge joint (Movement)
Hinge joint (Locations)
Pivot joint (movement)
Pivot joint (Locations)
Monaxial
Elbow, knee, ankle, and interphalangeal joint
Monaxial (rotation)
Atlanto axial joint, radio-ulnar joint
Hinge joint (Movement)
Monaxial
Hinge joint (Locations)
Elbow, knee, ankle, and interphalangeal joint
Joints/Articulations Definitions (Anatomy/Physiology Honors)
Joint (articulation)
Fibrous
Cartilaginous
Synovial
the junction between two or more bones.
classified by sutures, syndesmosis, and gomphosis; found in t…
connected entirely by cartilage; found between the vertebrae.
most common and most movable joint.
Joint (articulation)
the junction between two or more bones.
Fibrous
classified by sutures, syndesmosis, and gomphosis; found in t…
50 terms
Anatomy and Physiology - Articulations
Articulation
Synarthrosis
Amphiarthrosis
Diarthrosis
A point of contact between bones or between bone and cartilage
an IMMOVABLE fixed joint between bones connected by fibrous t…
A joint permitting only SLIGHT motion... -joints between the ver…
A freely movable joint... -shoulder joints... -classification by de…
Articulation
A point of contact between bones or between bone and cartilage
Synarthrosis
an IMMOVABLE fixed joint between bones connected by fibrous t…
Anatomy & Physiology of Articulations
What is articulation?
Articulators can be
Tongue
Mobile
The process of joining two or more moveable speech structures…
mobile & immobile
Largest articulator, mobile
Tongue (MI)
What is articulation?
The process of joining two or more moveable speech structures…
Articulators can be
mobile & immobile
12 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Lab (Joints and Articulations) Part 2
Hinge joint (Movement)
Hinge joint (Locations)
Pivot joint (movement)
Pivot joint (Locations)
Monaxial
Elbow, knee, ankle, and interphalangeal joint
Monaxial (rotation)
Atlanto axial joint, radio-ulnar joint
Hinge joint (Movement)
Monaxial
Hinge joint (Locations)
Elbow, knee, ankle, and interphalangeal joint
32 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Ch. 3- Joints (Articulations) PPT
Functions of joints
Synarthroses
Amphiarthroses
Diarthroses
Holds bones together; movement of rigid skeleton
Immovable
Slightly moveable
Freely moveable
Functions of joints
Holds bones together; movement of rigid skeleton
Synarthroses
Immovable
82 terms
Anatomy and physiology I. Chapter 9: Joints (Articulations)
Joint
Structural classification of a joint
Functional classification of a joint
Fibrous joint
Where two bones meet.
Based on the anatomy of a joint with no regard to range of mo…
Based on the amount of movement possible at a joint (range of…
Contains proteins between bones. (Structural classification)
Joint
Where two bones meet.
Structural classification of a joint
Based on the anatomy of a joint with no regard to range of mo…
66 terms
Anatomy & Physiology Ch.9 - Joints (Articulation)
Joints (Articulations)
Tissues of a joint develop from
Arthrology
Kinesiology
where two or more bones meet
Mesoderm Primary Germ Layer
science of joint structure, function and dysfunction
study of musculoskeletal movement
Joints (Articulations)
where two or more bones meet
Tissues of a joint develop from
Mesoderm Primary Germ Layer
92 terms
Physiology- Bones: Joints (Articulations)
what is the weakest part of the skeleton
articulation
functions of joints
what is functional classification base…
the joints
site where two or more bones meet
-give the skeleton mobility... -hold skeleton together ... -classif…
based on amount of movement allows by joint
what is the weakest part of the skeleton
the joints
articulation
site where two or more bones meet
44 terms
Anatomy and Physiology Articulations
Articulations
Joint Structure
Methods of Classification of joints
Classifications
Body movement occurs at joints (articulations) where two bone…
Determines ROM and Joint strength decreases as mobility incre…
Based on ROM... Anatomical organization of joint
Synarthrosis... Amphiarthrosis... Diarthrosis
Articulations
Body movement occurs at joints (articulations) where two bone…
Joint Structure
Determines ROM and Joint strength decreases as mobility incre…
18 terms
Physiology Joints (Articulations)
Joints
Functions of joints
Disadvantage of joints
Structural Classifications of joints
where two or more bones meet
give the skeleton mobility and hold it together
weakest part of the skeleton
Fibrous, Cartilaginous, Synovial
Joints
where two or more bones meet
Functions of joints
give the skeleton mobility and hold it together
Anatomy and Physiology: Articulations and Movements
Joint or Articulation
Arthrology
Functions of Joints
Functional Classes of Joints
Place where 2 or more bones or cartilage come together.
Study of the joints.
Hold the skeleton together; give the skeleton mobility.
Based on degree of motion; synarthrosis, amphiarthrosis, diar…
Joint or Articulation
Place where 2 or more bones or cartilage come together.
Arthrology
Study of the joints.
97 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Chapter ?: Joints
Joints
Joints functions
Joints structural classificatication
Fibrous joints
are known as articulations
-bind parts of skeletal system together... -make bone growth pos…
-fibrous joints... -cartilaginous joints... -synovial joints
-dense connective tissues connect bones... -between bones in clo…
Joints
are known as articulations
Joints functions
-bind parts of skeletal system together... -make bone growth pos…
116 terms
Anatomy & Physiology: Articulations
Gomphosis
Synarthroses
Amphiarthroses
Diarthroses
The articulation between the root of a tooth and the alveolar…
Immovable joints
Slightly movable
Freely movable
Gomphosis
The articulation between the root of a tooth and the alveolar…
Synarthroses
Immovable joints
140 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Articulations
Simple
Compound
Comminuted
Compression
An injury where the bone is broken but the skin is not is cal…
An injury where the bone breaks through the skin is called __…
An injury where the bone is fragmented is called _____.
An injury where the bone is compressed or telescopes into its…
Simple
An injury where the bone is broken but the skin is not is cal…
Compound
An injury where the bone breaks through the skin is called __…
27 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Practical Exam 3 (Joints and Articulations) Part 1
1. Coronal suture... 2. Fibrous joint... *t…
1. Lambdoidal suture ... 2. Fibrous joint
1. Squamosal suture... 2. Fibrous joint
1. Sagittal suture... 2. Fibrous joint
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
1. Coronal suture... 2. Fibrous joint... *t…
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
1. Lambdoidal suture ... 2. Fibrous joint
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
Anatomy and Physiology: Practical Exam 3 (Joints and Articulations) Part 1
1. Coronal suture... 2. Fibrous joint... *t…
1. Lambdoidal suture ... 2. Fibrous joint
1. Squamosal suture... 2. Fibrous joint
1. Sagittal suture... 2. Fibrous joint
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
1. Coronal suture... 2. Fibrous joint... *t…
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
1. Lambdoidal suture ... 2. Fibrous joint
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
Anatomy and Physiology: Practical Exam 3 (Joints and Articulations) Part 1
1. Coronal suture... 2. Fibrous joint... *t…
1. Lambdoidal suture ... 2. Fibrous joint
1. Squamosal suture... 2. Fibrous joint
1. Sagittal suture... 2. Fibrous joint
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
1. Coronal suture... 2. Fibrous joint... *t…
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
1. Lambdoidal suture ... 2. Fibrous joint
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
55 terms
Anatomy and Physiology I Study Guide 3 - Joints, Articulations, & Muscle
synarthrosis - characteristics, types
amphiarthrosis - characteristics, types
diarthrosis - characteristics, types
synovial joints
...
...
...
...
synarthrosis - characteristics, types
...
amphiarthrosis - characteristics, types
...
17 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Articulations
Structural
Bony Joints
Fibrous Joints
Sutures
Classification of joints is based on the type of connective t…
Two or more bones ossify at the joint to form an immovable jo…
Bones joined by fibrous connective tissue and have little or…
Edges of bone interlock
Structural
Classification of joints is based on the type of connective t…
Bony Joints
Two or more bones ossify at the joint to form an immovable jo…
46 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Articulations
articulation
synarthroses
sutures
syndesmosis
where two bones, or bone and cartilage meet
fibrous; joints where you have no movement; held together by…
type of synarthroses; hold together skull bones
type of synarthroses; where the tibia meets the fibula; allow…
articulation
where two bones, or bone and cartilage meet
synarthroses
fibrous; joints where you have no movement; held together by…
48 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Articulations
Arthrology
Joint
Synarthroses
Fibrous joints
The study of the structure and function of joints.
A defined as any location where two or more bones articulate.…
Syn = together + arthros = joint. Are immovable joints in whi…
Strong synarthroses that have fibrous connective tissue betwe…
Arthrology
The study of the structure and function of joints.
Joint
A defined as any location where two or more bones articulate.…
Anatomy and Physiology Notes Articulations/Joints MC.DR.Y. 2015
Knee joint
The knee is the _______________ and __…
What is the knee joint composed of? (T…
Since in humans the knee supports near…
Joins the thigh with the leg
Largest, most complicated
Tibula, patella, and femur bones
Most vulnerable to both acute injury and the development
Knee joint
Joins the thigh with the leg
The knee is the _______________ and __…
Largest, most complicated
29 terms
Anatomy and Physiology 8 Articulations
Articulation
Synarthroses
Amphiarthroses
Diarthroses
—point of contact between bones
—immovable joint
—slightly movable
—freely movable
Articulation
—point of contact between bones
Synarthroses
—immovable joint
29 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Articulations
Arthrology
Joint
Functional classification of articulat…
Synarthroses
The study of the structure and functions of joints.
Defined as any location where two or more bones articulate. I…
(Syn = together + arthros = joint). Immovable joints in which…
Arthrology
The study of the structure and functions of joints.
Joint
Defined as any location where two or more bones articulate. I…
Articulation Anatomy and Physiology
Articulation
Articulation for Speech
Source-Filter Theory of Vowel Production
Articulators
process of joining two elements together
-process of bringing two or more moveable speech structures t…
-describes how oral cavity shapes speech... -states that a voici…
-structures used to produce sounds of speech
Articulation
process of joining two elements together
Articulation for Speech
-process of bringing two or more moveable speech structures t…
Anatomy & Physiology 3: Articulations
What are Articulations?
What are the 2 functions of Articulati…
What are structural classifications of…
What are Fibrous joints?
Sites where two bones come together
1. Secure bones together... 2. Allow mobility of skeleton
Based upon the physical structure of the joint
Bones held together by fibrous connective tissue (cartilage)
What are Articulations?
Sites where two bones come together
What are the 2 functions of Articulati…
1. Secure bones together... 2. Allow mobility of skeleton
97 terms
Anatomy and Physiology of Articulation and Resonation
Articulation/Articulate
Resonation
Deglutition and mastication
Mobile Articulators
• Speech Definition: Process of bringing the mobile and immob…
The sound quality given to voiced sounds by the vocal tract
Swallowing and Chewing
• Lips... • Tongue... • Mandible... • Velum (soft palate)... • Pharynx... •…
Articulation/Articulate
• Speech Definition: Process of bringing the mobile and immob…
Resonation
The sound quality given to voiced sounds by the vocal tract
43 terms
Anatomy & Physiology Lab (Articulations)
Articulation
Joints may be classified by
Structure
Function
point of contact between bones
structure or function
what tissues connects bones... -Fibrous, Cartilaginous, Synovial
how movable is the joint... -Synarthroses, Amphiarthroses, Diart…
Articulation
point of contact between bones
Joints may be classified by
structure or function
Anatomy and Physiology: Practical Exam 3 (Joints and Articulations) Part 1
Coronal suture... Fibrous joint
Lambdoidal suture ... Fibrous joint
1. Squamosal suture... 2. Fibrous joint
1. Sagittal suture... 2. Fibrous joint
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What ty…
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What ty…
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What t…
Coronal suture... Fibrous joint
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What ty…
Lambdoidal suture ... Fibrous joint
1. What is the name of the line indicated in blue?... 2. What ty…
Anatomy and Physiology: Chapter 8, Articulations
Articulations
Functional classifications
Anatomical classifications
Fibrous Joints
Site where two or more bones meet
Synarthroses: Immovable... Amphiarthroses: Slightly moveable... Dia…
Fibrous: generally immoveable... Cartilaginous: generally slight…
Bones joined by fibers with no cavity
Articulations
Site where two or more bones meet
Functional classifications
Synarthroses: Immovable... Amphiarthroses: Slightly moveable... Dia…
12 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Practical Exam 3 (Joints and Articulations) Part 2
Hinge joint (Movement)
Hinge joint (Locations)
Pivot joint (movement)
Pivot joint (Locations)
Monaxial
Elbow, knee, ankle, and interphalangeal joint
Monaxial (rotation)
Atlanto axial joint, radio-ulnar joint
Hinge joint (Movement)
Monaxial
Hinge joint (Locations)
Elbow, knee, ankle, and interphalangeal joint
104 terms
Anatomy and Physiology of Articulation
What is articulation?
There are ____ bones of the skull
T/F: all of the bones of the skull are…
Mandible
adjustments in the shape of the oral, nasal, and pharyngeal c…
22
false, the mandible is not
begins as a paired bone with a symphysis... fuses early in devel…
What is articulation?
adjustments in the shape of the oral, nasal, and pharyngeal c…
There are ____ bones of the skull
22
12 terms
Anatomy and Physiology: Practical Exam 3 (Joints and Articulations) Part 2
Hinge joint (Movement)
Hinge joint (Locations)
Pivot joint (movement)
Pivot joint (Locations)
Monaxial
Elbow, knee, ankle, and interphalangeal joint
Monaxial (rotation)
Atlanto axial joint, radio-ulnar joint
Hinge joint (Movement)
Monaxial
Hinge joint (Locations)
Elbow, knee, ankle, and interphalangeal joint
Anatomy and Physiology Lab: Articulations
Fibrous Joint
Cartilaginous Joints
Synovial Joints
Joint Capsule
Consist of bones joined by short connective tissue fibers. Mo…
Consist of bones united by cartilage rather than fibrous conn…
Two bones whose articular ends are covered with hyaline carti…
Dense irregular collagenous connective tissue and provides st…
Fibrous Joint
Consist of bones joined by short connective tissue fibers. Mo…
Cartilaginous Joints
Consist of bones united by cartilage rather than fibrous conn…
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…
27 terms
Anatomy and Physiology of Articulation and Resonation
articulation
articulatory system
source-filter theory
vocal tract
the process of joining two elements together
system of mobile and immobile articulators brought into conta…
the theory states that a voicing source is generated by the v…
consists of the oral cavity, pharynx, and the nasal cavity
articulation
the process of joining two elements together
articulatory system
system of mobile and immobile articulators brought into conta…
Joints Anatomy and Physiology
Tendons
Ligaments
Joint functions
Immovable of fixed joints
Attach muscles to bones
Attach bones to muscles
Where two bones meet. Responsible for keeping bones apart so…
Allow no movement between bones. Are interlocked and held tog…
Tendons
Attach muscles to bones
Ligaments
Attach bones to muscles
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