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1

What is the classification of the costovertebral joint?

synovial plane (diarthrosis arthrodia)

2

What are the locations for costovertebral joints on the vertebra?

- costocentral joint at the vertebral body
- costotransverse joint at the transverse process

3

What is the classification of the costocentral joint?

synovial plane (diarthrosis arthrodia)

4

What is the classification of the costotransverse joint?

synovial plane (diarthrosis arthrodia)

5

What are the joint surfaces of the costocentral joint?

- costal facet or costal demi-facet on the vertebral body
- articular surface of the head of the rib

6

What are the joint surfaces of the costotransverse joint?

- transverse costal facet on the vertebral transverse process
- articular surface of the tubercle of the rib

7

What are the joint surfaces of the costocentral joint of the 1st, 11th, and 12th ribs?

- superior costal facet on the vertebral body of T1, T11, or T12
- articular surface of the head of the 1st, 11th, or 12th rib

8

What are the joint surfaces of the costocentral joint of the 2nd - 9th ribs?

- the costal demi-facet of the vertebral bodies
- intervertebral disc
- articular surfaces of the head of the rib

9

What are the joint surfaces of the costocentral joint of the second rib?

- the inferior costal demi-facet of the vertebral body of T1 with the superior articular suface of the head of the second rib and the intervertebral disc
- the superior costal demi-facet of the vertebral body of T2 with the inferior articular surface of the head of the second rib and intervertebral disc

10

The costocentral capsular lig is identified with which joint classification?

synovial plane (diarthrosis arthrodia)

11

The costocentral capsular lig collagen fibers will attach to what structures?

- margins of bone surrounding the articular surfaces of the capitulum of the rib
- margins of bone surrounding the costal demi-facets and the intervertebral disc

12

Which costocentral lig forms part of the anterior boundary of the intervertebral foramen?

costocentral capsular lig

13

The costocentral radiate/stellate lig is identified with which joint classification?

fibrous (amphiarthrosis) syndesmosis

14

Costocentral radiate/stellate lig will attach the head of the rib to what structures?

- both vertebral bodies of the costocentral joint
- intervertebral disc for ribs 1-9

15

Costocentral radiate/stellate lig will attach the heads of ribs 10, 11, and 12 to what structures?

the intervertebral disc and vertebral body of articulation

16

An intra-articular lig will be identified with which ribs?

ribs 2-9

17

What are the attaching surfaces of the intra-articular lig?

the intra-articular crest of the head of the rib and the intervertebral disc

18

Which vertebrae will have a synovial plane (diarthrosis arthrodia) costotransverse joint?

typically T1-T10

19

Which ribs will have a synovial plane (diarthrosis arthrodia) costotransverse joint?

typically rib 1-10

20

What are the attachment sites for the costotransverse capsular lig?

- transverse costal facet of the vertebral transverse process
- articular surface of the tubercle of the rib

21

What are the accessory lig of the costotransverse joint?

- superior costotransverse lig
- inferior costotransverse lig
- lateral costotransverse lig

22

What are the attachment sites for the superior costotransverse lig?

the crest of the neck of the rib and the transverse process of the vertebra above

23

At what rib will the superior costotransverse lig be absent?

rib 1

24

What ligs will attach to the neck of the 12th rib?

- superior costotransverse lig from T11
- lumbocostal lig from L1

25

What unique lig is present at the 12th rib?

lumbocostal lig

26

What are the attachment sites for the lumbocostal lig?

neck of the 12th rib and the transverse process of L1

27

What is the function of the superior costotransverse lig?

limitation of lateral bending or maintaining lateral stability

28

What is the classification of the superior costotransverse lig joint?

fibrous (amphiarthrosis) syndesmosis

29

What are the attachment sites for the inferior costotransverse lig?

neck of the rib and transverse process of the vertebra at that level

30

Which vertebra will have an attachment for the inferior costotransverse lig?

T1-T11

31

Which ribs will have an attachment for the inferior costotransverse lig?

rib 1-11

32

Which vertebra will lack an attachment for the inferior costotransverse lig?

T12

33

At what rib will the inferior costotransverse lig be absent?

rib 12

34

What is the name of the space between the transverse process and the neck of the rib?

the costotransverse foramen

35

Which lig fills the costotransverse foramen?

the inferior costotransverse lig

36

What is the classification of the inferior costotransverse lig?

fibrous (amphiarthrosis) syndesmosis

37

What are the attachment sites for the lateral costotransverse lig?

- the non-articular surface of the tubercle of the rib
- the transverse tubercle of the transverse process of the vertebra at that level

38

Which vertebrae will have an attachment for the lateral costotransverse lig?

T1-T11

39

Which ribs will have an attachment for the lateral costotransverse lig?

rib 1-11

40

Which vertebra will lack an attachment for the lateral costotransverse lig?

T12

41

At what rib will the lateral costotransverse lig be absent?

rib 12

42

What is the classification of the lateral costotransverse lig joint?

fibrous (amphiarthrosis) syndesmosis

43

Which vertebral couples of the thoracic spine have the greatest motion?

T11/T12 and T12/L1

44

Which range of motion is greatest for lower thoracic vertebral couples?

flexion-extension

45

Which range of motion is least for lower thoracic vertebral couples?

one side axial rotation

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