Anatomy and Physiology
Anatomy and Physiology VS 3014
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Learning Objectives Joint Anatomy and Physiology Ch. 6 1) Define and/or locate: a. “-ectomy” (e.g., menisectomy): to remove b. Arthrology: the study of articulations between bones (study of joints) c. Avascular: without blood d. Meniscus: in the stifle, they are the 2 c-shaped disc of cartilage between the femur and tibia e. Cranial and caudal cruciate ligaments: structures for stabilizing and constraining stifle motion f. Effusion: an accumulation of a joint g. Luxation: complete dislocation of a joint h. Nuchal ligament: connected at base of skull to the base of the neck 2) Name the embryonal layer which gives rise to connective tissue - Mesodermal Layer 3) Name the primary cell of cartilage/cartilaginous connective tissue - Chondrocyte 4) In general terms, compare the blood supply of cartilage to that of bone - Cartilage: no blood vessels, chondrocytes are supplied by diffusion - Bone: epiphyseal artery, periosteal arteries, nutrient artery, and metaphyseal arteries. 5) Name the 2 types of joints based upon number of bones in the joints 1. Simple joint: 2 articulating bones 2. Compound joint: more than 2 articulation joints 6) Name, discuss, and give examples of the 3 types of joints as classified based on uniting material 1. Fibrous: united by cartilage 2. Cartilaginous: united by a joint capsule 3. Synovial: united by a joint capsule 7) Distinguish between the attachments of tendons and ligaments - Tendons: attach muscle to bone - Ligaments: are connective tissue that attach bone to bone 8) Distinguish between intracapsular and extracapsular ligaments of a synovial joint - Intracapsular: within the joint capsule - Extracapsular: outside the joint capsule 9) Name the location of a meniscus and the cruciate ligaments and give their purpose - Meniscus: distributes compressive stress during weight bearing - Cruciate: stabilizes and constrains stifle movement 10) Name the locations and general purpose of a bursa - Location: in between the skin and the patella - Purpose: reduces friction 11) Discuss the properties and function of synovial fluid and the structures which produces it - Properties: fibrous CT layer, delicate inner layer synovial membrane - Function: lubrication of joints 12) Distinguish among the types of movements possible with synovial joints - Flexion, extension, hyperextension, adduction, abduction, rotation, circumduction, pronation, and supination 13) Give an example of the pathological process involving a synovial joint - Luxation
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