Asked Nov 6, 2019

The joint that exibits the least amount of movement (range of motion)is:

a.gliding (arthrodial-carpals)

b.hinge (ginglymus-elbow



e.saddle(sellaris-thumbat trapezium)


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Range of motion refers to the movement potential of a joint.

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Correct answer:  a. A gliding (or arthrodial) joint

Reason for the correct statement:

A gliding (or arthrodial) joint is the simplest type of diarthrosis possible. These joints are found between the carpals and between the tarsals. It only allows very limit...

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