TABLE 9.1 Structural and Functional Classification of Joints Functional Classification and Amount of Motion Allowed Joint Structural Classification Structural Subcategory ual/o Intervertebral joint tion ( motor Shoulder (glenohumeral) joint lchol ole。 Intercarpal joint d ho ar jur Coronal suture ofilai Costochondral joint lame Atlantoaxial joint Tooth in its alveolus ss-b Interphalangeal joint an e 234 Exploring Anatomy & Physiology in the Laboratory

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TABLE 9.1 Structural and Functional Classification of Joints
Functional Classification
and Amount of Motion Allowed
Joint
Structural Classification
Structural Subcategory
ual/o
Intervertebral joint
tion
(
motor
Shoulder
(glenohumeral) joint
lchol
ole。
Intercarpal joint
d ho
ar jur
Coronal suture
ofilai
Costochondral joint
lame
Atlantoaxial joint
Tooth in its alveolus
ss-b
Interphalangeal joint
an e
234 Exploring Anatomy & Physiology in the Laboratory
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TABLE 9.1 Structural and Functional Classification of Joints Functional Classification and Amount of Motion Allowed Joint Structural Classification Structural Subcategory ual/o Intervertebral joint tion ( motor Shoulder (glenohumeral) joint lchol ole。 Intercarpal joint d ho ar jur Coronal suture ofilai Costochondral joint lame Atlantoaxial joint Tooth in its alveolus ss-b Interphalangeal joint an e 234 Exploring Anatomy & Physiology in the Laboratory

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