A Synovial Membrane: Secretes Synovial Fluid

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1. A synovial membrane – secretes synovial fluid
2. Which is correctly paired – abduction – lifting the arm horizontally to form a right angle with the side of the body or moving a part away from the middle 3. Which of the following is not a synovial joint – symphysis 4. Types of fibrous joints inclue – syndesmosis, suture, and gomphosis joints 5. Joints are also called – articulations

6. The joint that separates two vertebrae is a – symphysis that is amphiarthrotic 7. Fluid-filled sacs containg synovial fluid are called – bursae 8. A joint capsule is reinforced by – ligaments binding articular ends of bones together 9. Fibrocartilage discs that divide the joint into two compartments are called – menisci 10. A tooth root attached to a jaw bone by a periodontal ligament is a ____ joint – gomphosis 11. A suture is an example of – a fibrous joint

12. Classifying joints as synathrotic, amphiarthrotic, or diathrotic represents – the degree of movement possible at the joint 13. In which of the following is rotational movement possible – ball-and-socket joint 14. A sprain involves – overstretched or torn ligaments and tendons in a joint 15. Movements permitted by the elbow joint between the humerus and the ulna are – flexion and extension 16. Joints – bind bones, enable body parts to move, allow bones to grow, and often contain cartilage (all of the above) 17. The joint that separates two vertebrae is a – symphysis that is amphiarthrotic 18. Articular cartilage receives oxygen and nutrients from – surrounding synovial fluid 19. A Synchondrosis – allows bone growth
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