Joint pathology

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Simple joint pathology
Justin Veazey
Flashcards by Justin Veazey, updated more than 1 year ago
Justin Veazey
Created by Justin Veazey about 8 years ago
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What type of joint is a 'Synarthroses'? Synarthroses: Bones connected by fibrous tissue (EG: teeth/alveolar bone)
What type of joint is an Amphiarthroses? Amphiarthroses: Bone connected by hyaline cartilage (E.G. pelvic/mandibular symphyses)
What kind of joint is Synovial Joint? Synovial joint: True Joint
What do you call/ How would you describe area 'A' of a joint? Normal
What do you call area 'B'? Area B is an example of Fibrillation
What is area 'C' an example of Area 'C' is an diagram of Eburnation
What is this an example of? Osteophyte formation (sequel of chronic joint injury)
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