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Functional Anatomy Articular System

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Functional Anatomy Articular System
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1.  What is a complete separation of two articular surface of a joint?
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2.  What type of cartilage is designed to maintain the shape of a structure such as the ear or the epiglottis?
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3.  What are the types of cartilage in the body?
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4.  What joint has the Greek meaning “bolting together” occurs in the dental sockets?
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5.  What cartilage acts as a shock absorber?
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6.  What kind of cartilage covers the ends of opposing bones?
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7.  This joint has angular motion occurring in one plane around one axis.
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8.  A sheetlike fibrous membrane, resembling a flattened tendon, that serves as a fascia to bind muscles together or as a means of connecting muscle to bone.
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9.  What joint moves on three axes?
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10.  What are the different types of fibrous joints?
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11.  What kind of joint occurs in between the vertebras?
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12.  What is the inner layer of the joint capsule?
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13.  What joint moves in two different directions?
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14.  What kind of joint has a thin layer of fibrous periostuem between the two bones?
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15.  What is a partial dislocation of a joint?
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16.  This joint has a thin layer of fibrous periosteum between the two bones. The bones are shaped to allow them to interlock, so there is no motion.
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17.  What attaches muscle to bone?
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18.  What describes the number of axis a joint can move upon?
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19.  What attaches to  the bones around a joint?
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20.  What joint tends to be linear instead of angular and relatively flat and glides over one another?
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21.  This joint has a great deal of fibrous tissue, holding the joint together allowing a small amount of twisting or stretching.
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22.  What is the break in the continuity of the bony cortex called?
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23.  What joint connects directly to the bones, and allows bending and twisting and some compression?
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24.  What joint has no direct contact between the bones?
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25.  What is the overstretching of muscle fibers?
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26.  What is a partial or complete tearing of fibers of a ligament
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