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1

What are the four subclassifications of synarthrosis joints based on Latin groupings?

- suture
- gomphosis
- schindylesis
- syndesmosis

2

What were the five types of suture based on Latin groupings?

- serrate
- denticulate
- limbous
- squamous
- harmonia

3

What are the characterisitics of sutura vera (true sutures)?

- sutures demonstrating interlocking of the adjacent bone surfaces
- typically formed by intramembranous ossification

4

What are the characterisitics of sutura notha (false sutures)?

- sutures lacking interlocking of adjacent bone surfaces
- typically formed by endochondral ossification

5

Which sutures primarily interlock at their edges?

- serrate
- denticulate

6

Which sutures will interlock and overlap at their edges?

limbous

7

Which sutures demonstrate non-interlock, but will overlap at their edges?

squamous

8

Which sutures will neither interlock nor overlap at their edges?

harmonia

9

What were the classifications of sutura vera based on Latin groupings?

- serrate
- denticulate
- limbous

10

What were the classifications of sutura notha based on Latin groupings?

- squamous
- harmonia

11

What is the classification of a joint with saw-like interlock of bone surfaces?

serrate suture

12

What is the classification of a joint with tooth-like interlock of bone surfaces?

denticulate suture

13

What is the classification of a joint with a selvage or fabric border appearance between the adjacent bone surfaces?

limbous suture

14

What is the classification of a joint with scale-like interlock of bone surfaces?

squamous suture

15

What is the classification of a joint demonstrating a relatively flat, abutting appearance of the adjacent bone surfaces?

harmonia suture

16

What is the classification of a joint with a nail-like condition?

gomphosis

17

What is the classification of a joint with a fissure-like condition?

schindylesis

18

What is the name given to the fibrous material separating the sutural edges?

sutural lig

19

What are the typical examples of the serrate suture?

- most of the sagittal suture
- the metopic suture

20

What are the typical examples of the denticulate suture?

- lambdoid suture
- posterior part of the sagittal suture

21

What are the typical examples of the limbous suture?

the inferior part of the coronal suture

22

What are the typical examples of the squamous suture?

most of the temporo-parietal suture

23

What are the typical examples of the plane/harmonia suture?

cruciate suture made up of the intermaxillary, interpalatine, and palato-maxillary sutures

24

What are the examples of the schindylesis type of suture?

- sphenoid-ethmoid-vomer articulation
- palatine-maxilla-vomer articulation

25

What are the examples of the gomphosis joint?

- maxilla-root of tooth
- mandible-root of tooth

26

What lig will be associated with the gomphosis?

periodontal lig

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