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Joints associated with scapula

1. gleno-humoral joint
2. acromio-clavicular joint

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Joints associated with humerus

1. gleno-humoral joint
2. elbow joint

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Joints associated with clavicle

1. sterno-clavicular (medial)
2. acromio-clavicular (lateral)

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Joints associated with radius

1. elbow joint
2. wrist joint
3. proximal radioulnar joint
4. distal radioulnar joint

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Joints associated with hand

1. scaphoid-radial joint (wrist)

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Things to identify when studying bones

1. Name
2. Joints associated with the bone
3. Landmarks associated with the bone
4. Right or left

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fibrous joint (definition)

joint containing dense, fibrous CT that allows no movement

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fibrous joint (examples)

sutures of the brain
gomphosis (between the teeth and gums)

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cartilagenous joint (definition)

joint containing cartilage-like CT that allows for limited movement

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cartilagenous joint (example)

intervertebral discs
symphysis pubis

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synovial joint (defintion)

joint containing synovial fluid that allows free mobility

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synovial joint (example)

knee, shoulder, hip, etc.

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synarthrosis

allows for no movement (sutures of skull)

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amphiarthrosis

allows some movement (intervertrebal discs)

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diarthrosis

allows free movement (shoulder, elbow, etc.)

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the pelvic girdle contains

right and left os coxae

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is the sacrum part of the appendicular skeleton?

no

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what important function does the ilium perform?

it attaches to all parts of the gluteus muscle

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what important function does the ischium perform?

it is the sit bone

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what important function does the pubic bone perform?>

it attaches the two sides of the os coxa (hip bones)

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joints associated with the hip bone

1. sacroiliac articulation
2. pubic sympthysis
3. hip joint

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Joints associated with the femur

1. hip joint
2. knee joint

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Joints associated with the tibia

1. knee joint
2. superior tibiofibular joint
3. inferior tibiofibular joint
4. ankle joint

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