The study of articulations, or joints, is called
What kind of joint (based on joint composition or structure) is one in which the bones are held together by collagenous fibers?
When two bones fuse into a single bone, this unions is called a
The teeth are held in the jaw by what specific kind of joint?
What kind of joint is slightly movable and is held together by fibrous connective tissue?
Name all the fontanels in the fetal skull:
Occipital (Posterior) Fontanel, Sphenoidal (Anterolateral) Fontanels, Mastoid (Posterolateral) Fontanels
Which one of the fontanels is the most dorsal?
In terms of their structural composition, bones that are held together by cartilage (cartilaginous joints) are also known as
The epiphyseal plate is a cartilaginous joint. It is also called a
Synchondroses (Immoveable Joint)
What is the name of a joint that is held together by a joint capsule?
Synovial fluid is secreted by what structure?
A skull suture is what kind of joint, in terms of movement?
Rank the following joints in terms of least movable to most movable, with I being the least movable and 5 being the most movable
Suture, Syndesmosis, Gliding, Saddle, Ball-and-Socket
Which one of the following joints has the greatest range of movement?
In which of these joints would you find a meniscus?
What is the function of the meniscus in the knee?
Provides cushion between femur and tibia
What is the function of the labrum in the shoulder joint?
Deepens the glenoid fossa
The joint between the trapezium and the first metacarpal is what kind of joint?
A class of joint with great movement is a
The joint between the scapula and the humerus is what type of joint?
Ball and socket
What kind of joint is located at the wrist (between the radius and the scaphoid bone)?