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Question: Wer ZOOM 3. Structure made of fibrous connective tissue that joins bones together 4. Fibrocartila…


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wer ZOOM 3. Structure made of fibrous connective tissue that joins bones together 4. Fibrocartilage pad uniting two bones. (ex. intervertebral disc) 5. Four muscles referred to collectively as Articulations Terminology Puzzle ACROSS 1. Ligament of the knee joint connecting the condyles of the fibula to the tibia. pull the humeral head superiorly and medially toward the glenoid fossa. 7,--is the movement of a joint toward the midline of the body 4. Type of cartilaginous joint in which there is no movement (example -epiphyseal plate) 6. Joint type that units two bones by either fibrocartilage or hyaline cartilage 8. The type of fibrous joint that holds a tooth in its 10. of the chin moves it in an anterior direction. 13. A thin layer of hyaline cartilage on the ends of 9. Adipose tissue under the patella. ( 2 words) 11. Movement of the foot toward the shin such as bones in synovial joints is cartilage. when walking on ones heels. 12. Action that rotates the palm to face posteriorly system reaction against self antigens. a specific immune 14. General name for inflammation of the joints. 15. The ma 17. The ligament connecting the patella and the bones of the skuil. tibia ain type of joints found between the flat 16. The thick fibrocartilage disks that build up the 18. A dens and atlas. monoaxial type joint found between the margins of the tibia. 19. A place where bones come together 20. The hinge joint which is located between the tibia and femur 23. Action of the scapula when the shoulders are 21. Freely movable joint type 22. Structure that joins a muscle to a bone. l fluid that 26. Structure that produces the synovial fluid that lubricates and nourishes the joint 28. Small sacs containing synovial fluid which shrugged. eof a synovial joint is continuous 24 25. Another name for joint. 27. The unossified fibrous tissue patches between cushions and protects structures in a joint that with the fbrous periosteum. rub together 32. Proliferated connective tissue in an arthritic 2 a babys skull bones. joint that causes the joint capsule to thicken and destroy the articular cartilage. 33. The type of action produced by the fibrous from the body midline joint between the radius and ulna. 29. The action that cause a limb to move away 30. The type of joint that gives the thumb its special movement. 35. A circular movement in which the arm moves describes a cone with the joint at the 31A metabolic idiopathic disorder of the joints caused by precipitation of sodium urate crystals in the joint capsule. apex. 38. Action that means to straighten the joint or angle 39. The joint cavity of the elbow is filled with synovial- 34. Action that turns the ankle so that the plantar surface faces laterally 36. The anteriorligament located in the knee 42. A rim of fibrocartilage that helps to deep the joint prevents hyperextension o fossa of a joint. 43. The type of joint in a hip. (3 words) 44. An abnormal forced extension of a joint beyond its normal range of movement. 45. A severely disabling arthritis which most commonly effects the small joints of the hands 43. A is bursiti and feet. 46. The synovial joints are enclosed by a which helps to hold the bones together and at the same time allows for movement. 37. A monoaxial synovial joint that fits a convex surface to a concave 40. Synchondroses that lasts throughout life are thecartilages between the ribs and sternum. 41. Term for a movement that means to bend. s that develops over the first metarsophalangeal joint because of pressure and rubbing by shoes , DOWN 2. Name for joint replacement.

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wer ZOOM 3. Structure made of fibrous connective tissue that joins bones together 4. Fibrocartilage pad uniting two bones. (ex. intervertebral disc) 5. Four muscles referred to collectively as Articulations Terminology Puzzle ACROSS 1. Ligament of the knee joint connecting the condyles of the fibula to the tibia. pull the humeral head superiorly and medially toward the glenoid fossa. 7,–is the movement of a joint toward the midline of the body 4. Type of cartilaginous joint in which there is no movement (example -epiphyseal plate) 6. Joint type that units two bones by either fibrocartilage or hyaline cartilage 8. The type of fibrous joint that holds a tooth in its 10. of the chin moves it in an anterior direction. 13. A thin layer of hyaline cartilage on the ends of 9. Adipose tissue under the patella. ( 2 words) 11. Movement of the foot toward the shin such as bones in synovial joints is cartilage. when walking on one's heels. 12. Action that rotates the palm to face posteriorly system reaction against self antigens. a specific immune 14. General name for inflammation of the joints. 15. The ma 17. The ligament connecting the patella and the bones of the skuil. tibia ain type of joints found between the flat 16. The thick fibrocartilage disks that build up the 18. A dens and atlas. monoaxial type joint found between the margins of the tibia. 19. A place where bones come together 20. The hinge joint which is located between the tibia and femur 23. Action of the scapula when the shoulders are 21. Freely movable joint type 22. Structure that joins a muscle to a bone. l fluid that 26. Structure that produces the synovial fluid that lubricates and nourishes the joint 28. Small sacs containing synovial fluid which shrugged. eof a synovial joint is continuous 24 25. Another name for joint. 27. The unossified fibrous tissue patches between cushions and protects structures in a joint that with the fbrous periosteum. rub together 32. Proliferated connective tissue in an arthritic 2 a baby's skull bones. joint that causes the joint capsule to thicken and destroy the articular cartilage. 33. The type of action produced by the fibrous from the body midline joint between the radius and ulna. 29. The action that cause a limb to move away 30. The type of joint that gives the thumb its special movement. 35. A circular movement in which the arm moves describes a cone with the joint at the 31A metabolic idiopathic disorder of the joints caused by precipitation of sodium urate crystals in the joint capsule. apex. 38. Action that means to straighten the joint or angle 39. The joint cavity of the elbow is filled with synovial- 34. Action that turns the ankle so that the plantar surface faces laterally 36. The anteriorligament located in the knee 42. A rim of fibrocartilage that helps to deep the joint prevents hyperextension o fossa of a joint. 43. The type of joint in a hip. (3 words) 44. An abnormal forced extension of a joint beyond its normal range of movement. 45. A severely disabling arthritis which most commonly effects the small joints of the hands 43. A is bursiti and feet. 46. The synovial joints are enclosed by a which helps to hold the bones together and at the same time allows for movement. 37. A monoaxial synovial joint that fits a convex surface to a concave 40. Synchondroses that lasts throughout life are thecartilages between the ribs and sternum. 41. Term for a movement that means to bend. s that develops over the first metarsophalangeal joint because of pressure and rubbing by shoes , DOWN 2. Name for joint replacement.

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