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2 Joints 2013 JEOPARDY!! Joint ClassificationSynovial Joint components Synovial Joint MovementsSynovial Joint TypesPotpourri

3 10 Joint Classification Joints with some movement are classifed as…

4 10 Amphiarthrosis Joint Classification

5 20 20 Joint Classification The bones of the skull are connected via…

6 20 20 Joint Classification *Fibrous sutures (synarthrosis joints)

7 30 30 Joint Classification What is an example of a cartilaginous/synchondrosis joint?

8 30 30 Joint Classification *joint between the first pair of ribs and the sternum

9 30 Community 1

10 40 40 Joint Classification Fibrous gomphosis joints that bind the teeth within a bony socket are referred to as…

11 40 40 Joint Classification *Synarthrosis

12 50 50 Joint Classification Synovial joints are classified as…

13 50 *Diarthrosis Joint Classification

14 10 The structure that surrounds a diarthrotic joint is called a? Synovial Joint components

15 *Joint Capsule 10 Synovial Joint components

16 20 What is the name of the fluid that reduces friction in the joint? Synovial Joint components

17 Synovial fluid 20 Synovial Joint components

18 30 Fibrous cartilage discs that act as shock absorbers in joints that provide additional padding between opposing articular cartilages. Synovial Joint components

19 *Menisci 30

20 40 ? What is defined as a small packet of connective tissue containing synovial fluid, which reduces friction in a joint and acts as a shock absorber? Synovial Joint components

21 *Bursa 40

22 50 Are often found around the edges of diarthrotic joints to provide protection for the articular cartilages? Synovial Joint components

23 50 *Fat pads Synovial Joint components © 2013 Pearson Education, Inc. Figure 6-2 The Structure of a Long Bone. Articular cartilage Spongy bone Blood vessels

24 10 Synovial Joint movements A movement away from the longitudinal axis of the body in the frontal plane is termed

25 Abduction 10 Synovial Joint movements

26 20. The special movement of the thumb that allows it to grasp an object and hold onto it is called

27 Opposition 20 Synovial Joint movements

28 30 Movement in the anterior-posterior plane that increases the angle between articulating bones is which movement? Synovial Joint movements

29 30 Extension

30 40 ? When the palm is moved to face front, the movement of the wrist and hand is called ? Synovial Joint movements

31 40 *Supination

32 50 When one opens the mouth, the movement is called Synovial Joint movements

33 50 3, 1, 5, 4, 2 Depression

34 10 Synovial Joint types Which type of synovial joint is described as an oval articular face nestling within a depression on the opposing surface?

35 10 Synovial Joint types Condylar.

36 20 Synovial Joint types ? Which joint type can perform rotation movements, found in the shoulder and hip?

37 20 Synovial Joint types *Ball and socket

38 30 Synovial Joint types They permit angular movement in one plane like opening and closing a door. ?

39 30 Synovial Joint types Hinge joint.

40 40 Synovial Joint types A joint with flattened or slightly curved articulating surfaces; can be found where the clavicle meets the manubrium.

41 40 Synovial Joint types * Gliding joint

42 50 Synovial Joint types Typical movements at a hinge joint, like the elbow, include

43 50 extension and flexion. Synovial joint types

44 10 Population Growth From: Mariano Cecowski Q: if both a bear in Yosemite and one in Alaska fall into the water which one disolves faster? A: The one in Alaska because it is HIJKLMNO

45 10 Population Growth Alimentary: What Sherlock Holmes said to Dr. Watson. Urinate: What a nurse would say if a patient asked her what room he's in. Urine - The opposite of "You're out!" Benign: What we want when we are eight. Intestine - Currently taking an exam CARDIOLOGY: advanced study of poker playing TERMINAL ILLNESS: getting sick at the airport

46 10 Potpourri

47 10 A Marrow Cavity B Spongy Bone C Periosteum D Joint Capsule E Synovial Membrane F Articular cartilage G Joint Cavity H Compact Bone

48 10 Population Growth

49 20 A movement toward the longitudinal axis of the body in the frontal plane is termed Potpourri

50 *Adduction 20

51 30 How does plantar flexion take place?

52 30 Potpourri *Extension of the foot and elevation of the heel (pointing the toes)

53 30 Population Growth

54 40 Potpourri Supination and pronation of the palm can occur because of…

55 40 Potpourri *Pivot joints

56 50 Potpourri Have two bones that each have a concave face on one axis and convex on the other; allow for circumduction but not rotation?

57 50 Potpourri *Saddle joints


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