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humerocubital conjunta

conjunta humerocubital

Hi ha tres articulacions del colze, que permeten la mà per ser mogut cap i des del cos. El punt més llunyà es compon de tres ossos: l'húmer (o el braç), la gamma i el cúbit. El escombrat i el cúbit són els ossos de la part inferior del braç. L'articulació del colze es caracteritza bàsicament com una articulació sinovial. També s'agrupa fonamentalment com una junta de compost, ja que hi ha dos enunciats en l'articulació. Les articulacions sinovials, addicionalment trucades diartrosi, són articulacions versàtils gratuïtes. The articular surfaces of the bones at these joints are isolated from each other by a layer of

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Cartilaginous Joints

Cartilaginous Joints

Cartilaginous Joints are associated completely via ligament (fibrocartilage or hyaline). Cartilaginous joints permit more development between bones than a stringy joint yet not as much as the very versatile synovial joint. The joint between the manubrium and the sternum is a case of a cartilaginous joint. This kind of joint additionally shapes the development locales of juvenile long bones and the intervertebral circles of the spinal segment. An impermanent type of joint called an epiphysis (development) plate is one where the ligament is changed over into bone before grown-up life. Such joints are found between the epiphyses and diaphyses of …

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Acromioclavicular Joint – Separation, Anatomy, Causes and Symptoms

Acromioclavicular Joint

The Acromioclavicular Joint is a plane kind synovial joint. It is found where the sidelong end of the clavicle verbalizes with the acromion of the scapula. The joint can be palpated amid a shoulder examination; 2-3cm medially from the ‘tip’ of the shoulder (shaped before the finish of the acromion). The acromioclavicular joint comprises a verbalization between the sidelong end of the clavicle and the acromion of the scapula. It has two atypical highlights: The articular surfaces of the joint are fixed with fibrocartilage (rather than hyaline ligament). The joint hole is in part partitioned by an articular circle – …

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