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kin 344 midterm study guide

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kin 344 midterm study guide KIN 322

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 CM 1 (carpal metacarpal) Joint – articulation between trapezium with the base  st of the 1  metacarpal o Classification: Saddle  nd     CM 2 Joint ­ articulation between trapezoid and 2  metacarpal o Classification: Arthrodial  rd     CM 3 Joint ­ articulation between capitate and 3  metacarpal o Classification: Arthrodial  th th     CM 4 Joint ­ articulation between hamate and 4  and 5  metacarpal o Classification: Arthrodial  th     CM 5 Joint ­ articulation between hamate and 5  metacarpal o Classification: Arthrodial  st  MP 1 (metacarpophalangeal) Joint – articulation between trochlea of the 1   metacarpal with the base of the proximal phalange. o Classification: Ginglymus  MP 2,3,4,5 (metoacarpophalangeal) Joint – head of the respective metacarpal  with the base of the proximal phalange. o Classification: Condyloid  IP (interphalangeal hand) Joint – trochlea of the proximal phalange with the  base of the distal phalange. o Classification: Ginglymus  PIP’s (proximal interphalangeal) Joint – trochlea of the proximal phalange  with the base of the intermedian phalange. o Classification: Ginglymus  DIP’s (distal interphalangeal) Joint – trochlea of the intermedian/middle  phalange with the base of the distal phalange.  o Classification: Ginglymus   RC (radiocarpal) Joint – articulation between the lunate and scaphoid carpal  bones with the lunate and scaphoid facets of the radius.  o Classification: Condyloid    Superior RU (radioulnar) Joint – head of the radius goes into the radial notch  on the ulna.  o Classification: Trochoid  Inferior RU (radioulnar) Joint – head of the ulna goes into the ulnar notch on  the radius. o Classification: Trochoid   HU (humeroulnar) Joint – Classification: Ginglymus  o Extension – olecranon process of the ulna articulates with the olecranon  fossa; trochlea of the humerus articulates with the trochlear notch of the  ulna.  o Flexion – trochlear notch of the ulna and trochlea of the humerus rotate  around and the olecranon process of the ulna comes out of the olecranon  fossa. o Complete Flexion – coronoid process of the ulna articulates with the  coronoid fossa of the humerus; head of the radius goes into the radial fossa on the humerus.   GH (glenohumeral) Joint – head of the humerus articulates with the glenoid  fossa of the scapula. o Classification: Enarthrodial  AC (acromioclavicular) Joint – clavicular facet on the acromion articulates with the lateral head of the clavicle. o Classification: Arthrodial   SC (sternoclavicular) Joint – clavicular notch on the manubrium articulates  with the medial end of the clavicle. o Classification: Arthrodial   AA (atlantoaxial) Joint – Odontoid facet on anterior arch of atlas articulates with odontoid process of axis. o Classification: Trochoid   AO (atlanto­occipital) Joint – articulation of the occipital condyles of the  occipital bone and superior articulating process of the atlas. o Classification: Condyloid 


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