Flashcards in Musculoskeletal Anatomy Deck (181)
What bone classification do the femur and phalanges belong to?
What bone classification do the carpals and tarsals belong to?
What bone classification do the ribs, frontal, parietal and temporal bones belong to?
What bone classification do the vertebra belong to?
What bone classification do the intratendinous bones belong to?
What is the bone that is first to start ossifying and last to finish ossification?
What joint classification is immobile?
What type of joint is a synarthrosis?
What type of joint is semi-mobile?
What type of joint is a amphiarthrosis?
What type of joint is mobile?
What type of joint is a diarthrosis?
What are the three types of fibrous joints?
Synostosis (suture), Syndesmosis (interosseous membranes), and Gomphosis (tooth and socket
What are the two types of cartilaginous joints?
Synchondrosis (primary cartilage), Symphysis (secondary cartilage)
What is a planar joint?
What is a ginglymus joint?
What is a trochoid joint?
What is a condylar joint?
What is a sellar joint?
What is a spheroidal joint?
Ball and socket
What midline joints are not secondary cartilaginous joints?
Median atlanto-axial and interparietal
All articular joint surfaces of synovial joints are covered by what?
What synovial joints are exceptions to having hyaline cartilage?
Temporomandibular, Sternoclavicular, and Acromioclavicular
What lines the inside of the fibrous joint capsule?
What type of cell makes up the synovium?
What type of synovial cells are macrophages?
Type A synoviocytes
What type of synovial cell secretes synovial fluid?
Type B synoviocytes
What is Hilton's law?
The nerve that supplies the muscle that acts on a joint also supplies the joint and an area of skin over the joint?
What are the central canals of bones?
Haversian canals with blood vessels