1) This joint allows movement in all planes and can be found in the hip and shoulder. It is a _____________ joint. a) Hinge b) Ball and Socket c) Gliding  d) Condyloid Joints e) Saddle f) Pivot 2) One bone in this joint moves while the other remains stationary. It is found at the elbow. This is a _____________ joint. a) pivot b) plane c) saddle d) hinge e) condyloid f) Ball and socket 3) These joints allow for gliding movements, and so the joints are sometimes referred to as gliding joints, an example is the joints of the carpal bones in the wrist. This is a ___________ joint. a) plane  b) hinge c) saddle d) ball-and-socket e) condyloid 4) The joint in the neck that allows the head to move back and forth is an example of this joint. This is a ____________ joint. a) hinge b) saddle c) pivot d) gliding joint e) ball-and-socket. 5) This type of joint allows angular movement as seen in the wrist which can move both side to side and up and down. Its called the a) condyloid joints b) pivot joint c) saddle joint d) plane joint e) ball-and-socket joint f) hinge 6) An example of such joint is the thumb joint, which can move back and forth and up and down. It is called the a) pivot joint b) hinge joint c) plane joint d) saddle joint e) ball-and-socket joint 7) The joint shown in the image in blue is partly movable joints where the connection between the joint is made up of cartilage. It is classified as a _____________ joint. a) fibrous b) immoveable c) cartilaginous d) synovial e) moveable 8) The image illustrates a _________________________ joint which do not move. a) fixed b) hinge c) cartilaginous d) synovial




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