Name Section Date UNIT Check Your Recall REVIEW An amphiarthrosis is defined as a a. joint that allows no motion. b. joint that is freely moveable. C. joint with multiple axes of motion d. joint that allows some motion 2 The main function of a fibrous joint is to a. allow motion to occur between two bones. b. provide stability between two bones. C. unite two bones with cartilage d. allow some motion while still providing stability between two bones. e. unite two bones with a synovial cavity. and filled with 3 Synovial joints are surrounded by a/an a. articular disc, serous fluid b. joint capsule; synovial fluid c. articular cartilage; serous fluid d. articular disc; synovial fluid 4 Which of the following describes a hinge joint correctly? a. The convex articular surface of one bone fits into a concave articular surface of another bone. b. One bone rotates around another bone c. The flat articular surfaces of two bones glide past one another d. The rounded, ball-ike end of one bone fits into a concave depression of another bone 5 True/False: Mark the following statements as true (T) or false (F). If the statement is false, correct it so it is a true statement. a. The articulating ends of the bones in a synovial joint are covered by articular cartilage b. Bursae improve the fit between two bones in a synovial joint. c. The tendon sheath of a synovial joint is lined with a synovial membrane. d. Articular discs provide a smooth, nearly frictionless surface for articulation. e. Fluid-filled sacs called ligaments often lie between tendons and the joint capsule of a synovial joint. ArticulationsUNIT 9247

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Name
Section
Date
UNIT
Check Your Recall
REVIEW
An amphiarthrosis is defined as a
a. joint that allows no motion.
b. joint that is freely moveable.
C. joint with multiple axes of motion
d. joint that allows some motion
2 The main function of a fibrous joint is to
a. allow motion to occur between two bones.
b. provide stability between two bones.
C. unite two bones with cartilage
d. allow some motion while still providing stability between two bones.
e. unite two bones with a synovial cavity.
and filled with
3 Synovial joints are surrounded by a/an
a. articular disc, serous fluid
b. joint capsule; synovial fluid
c. articular cartilage; serous fluid
d. articular disc; synovial fluid
4 Which of the following describes a hinge joint correctly?
a. The convex articular surface of one bone fits into a concave articular surface of another bone.
b. One bone rotates around another bone
c. The flat articular surfaces of two bones glide past one another
d. The rounded, ball-ike end of one bone fits into a concave depression of another bone
5 True/False: Mark the following statements as true (T) or false (F). If the statement is false, correct it so it is a true
statement.
a. The articulating ends of the bones in a synovial joint are covered by articular cartilage
b. Bursae improve the fit between two bones in a synovial joint.
c. The tendon sheath of a synovial joint is lined with a synovial membrane.
d. Articular discs provide a smooth, nearly frictionless surface for articulation.
e. Fluid-filled sacs called ligaments often lie between tendons and the joint capsule of a synovial joint.
ArticulationsUNIT 9247

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Name Section Date UNIT Check Your Recall REVIEW An amphiarthrosis is defined as a a. joint that allows no motion. b. joint that is freely moveable. C. joint with multiple axes of motion d. joint that allows some motion 2 The main function of a fibrous joint is to a. allow motion to occur between two bones. b. provide stability between two bones. C. unite two bones with cartilage d. allow some motion while still providing stability between two bones. e. unite two bones with a synovial cavity. and filled with 3 Synovial joints are surrounded by a/an a. articular disc, serous fluid b. joint capsule; synovial fluid c. articular cartilage; serous fluid d. articular disc; synovial fluid 4 Which of the following describes a hinge joint correctly? a. The convex articular surface of one bone fits into a concave articular surface of another bone. b. One bone rotates around another bone c. The flat articular surfaces of two bones glide past one another d. The rounded, ball-ike end of one bone fits into a concave depression of another bone 5 True/False: Mark the following statements as true (T) or false (F). If the statement is false, correct it so it is a true statement. a. The articulating ends of the bones in a synovial joint are covered by articular cartilage b. Bursae improve the fit between two bones in a synovial joint. c. The tendon sheath of a synovial joint is lined with a synovial membrane. d. Articular discs provide a smooth, nearly frictionless surface for articulation. e. Fluid-filled sacs called ligaments often lie between tendons and the joint capsule of a synovial joint. ArticulationsUNIT 9247

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