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Go to the book web site and do the following questions. hill.com/sites/ /student_view0/ All of pre-test All of post test (not responsible for knowing 42,43,46,54,55,60,64,65,76,79)
Chapter Summary Chapter Quizzes Art Labeling Quiz Matching Quiz Multiple-Choice Quiz (Level I) Multiple-Choice Quiz (Level II) GO TO THIS WEB SITE AND DO THESE PRACTICE TESTS.
NAME THE JOINT STRUCTURES OR JOINT CLASSIFICATION IN THE FOLLOWING SLIDES
1. Name this specific type of synovial joint. Gliding joint
2. Name this specific type of synovial joint. Saddle joint
Syndesmosis 3. Name this specific type of fibrous joint.
Pivot joint 4. Name this specific type of synovial joint.
5. Based on movement, what type of joint is shown in this example? Synarthrosis
6. What type of cartilaginous joint is shown in these 2 examples by red arrow? Synchondrosis
7. Based on fibrous structural classification of joints, what classification is this joint in? Syndesmosis
8. Name this area made up of 4 muscles and tendons surrounding the shoulder joint. It is an area prone to injury. Rotator cuff
9. Based on fibrous structural classification of joints, what classification is this joint in? Gomphosis
10. Name this specific type of synovial joint shown in blue. Gliding joint
11. Name this specific type of synovial joint shown in blue. Hinge joint
12. Name this specific type of synovial joint shown outlined in blue. Pivot joint
13. Name this specific type of synovial joint shown outlined in blue. Condyloid joint
14. Name this specific type of synovial joint shown outlined in blue. Saddle joint
15. Name this specific type of synovial joint shown outlined in blue. Ball and Socket joint
16. Name this specific structure. Posterior cruciate ligament
17. Name this specific structure. Lateral meniscus
Pivot joint 18. Name this specific type of synovial joint shown outlined in blue.
GLIDING JOINTS Phalanges of foot - tarsals 19. Name this specific type of synovial joint shown outlined in blue.
20. Name the specific blue part shown by arrow. Articular cartilage
21. Name the specific pink part shown by arrow. Synovial membrane
22. Name the white part shown by the red arrow. tendon
23. What type of joint disease is shown here? Carpal tunnel
24. Name these specific structures shown by the red arrows. Bursa sacs
25. Name the part outlined in yellow that envelopes the joint. Articular capsule
26 – 50. NAME THE JOINT MOVEMENT IN THE REMAINING SLIDES
plantar flexion 31.
Movement is palm down to palm up supination 36.
supination 43. Bones uncross
Movement is toward thumb side Abduction 46.
Movement is palm up to palm down pronation 47.
48. The two actions of a hinge joint are __________ and ___________. Flexion and Extension
49. Standing on one's toes is an example of _____ of the foot. Plantar flexion
50. What movement occurs when clenching the teeth? elevation
NAME THE DISORDER OR PROCEDURE IN THE FOLLOWING SLIDES
51. Name the disorder. joint hypermobility syndrome
52. Name this specific joint disease. Gout
53. Name this specific autoimmune disease. Rheumatoid arthritis
54. In this procedure, what is being removed from the knee for analysis? Synovial fluid
Dislocation and Luxation 55. Give 2 medical terms for this joint accident
Arthroscopy 56. Name this procedure.
Total hip replacement 57. These parts are used for what specific procedure?
sprain 58. Name this disorder.
strain 59. Name this disorder.
bursitis 60. Name this disorder.
Tick Bites 61. Name this disorder that causes arthritis. Lyme Disease
62. Name this disorder. Carpal tunnel syndrome
63. What causes this sound? Gas bubbles (such as CO2) in synovial fluid burst POP
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Moving a part around an axis Rotation. Bending the head back beyond the upright position is called ______ Hyperextension.
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Copyright © 2009 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Pearson Benjamin Cummings C h a p t e r 9 Articulations.
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