Skip to main content
Question

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

a.gliding (arthrodial-carpals)

b.hinge (ginglymus-elbow

c.pivot(trochoid-c1)

d.ellipsoildal(condyloid-elbow)

e.saddle(sellaris-thumbat trapezium)

Expert Solution

Want to see the full answer?

Check out a sample Q&A here
Blurred answer
Students who’ve seen this question also like:
Fundamentals of Sectional Anatomy: An Imaging Approach
Fundamentals of Sectional Anatomy: An Imaging Approach
2nd Edition
ISBN: 9781133960867
Author: Denise L. Lazo
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Not helpful? See similar books
Similar questions
To this solution
Learn more about
Hearing And Equilibrium
marketing sidebar icon
Want to see this answer and more?
Experts are waiting 24/7 to provide step-by-step solutions in as fast as 30 minutes!*
*Response times may vary by subject and question complexity. Median response time is 34 minutes for paid subscribers and may be longer for promotional offers.

Related Biology Q&A

Find answers to questions asked by students like you.

Q: Which of the following is a type of synovial joint? a. a synostosis b. a suture c. a plane joint d.…

A: Bones and cartilage are the major exoskeleton components of humans.  A place where two or more bones…

Q: Which of the following is the least movable? a. a diarthrosis b. a synostosis c. a symphysis d. a…

A: The skeletal system of the body comprises bones, joints, and ligaments. Joints are described as the…

Q: Which of the following joints listed is not a plane joint? (a) intercarpal joint, (b) intertarsal…

A: The point at which two or more bones meet is called a joint or articulation. Joints, responsible for…

Q: Which of the following are joint motions (choose all that apply)? A) Flexion B) Circumduction C)…

A: Flexion is the movement of bones of limb at a joint or it is the motion of bending of an arm.…

Q: Which of the following joints normally becomes a synostosis? a.synovial joint only  b.symphysis only…

A: Joints are defined as the strong connections that join bones, teeth, and cartilage of the body to…

Q: GIve specific joint as an exampleof each type of synovial joint movement: 1. Gliding 2. Angular…

A: Joints are the point of attachment between bones. They provide flexibility to the bones. Even though…

Q: A metacarpophalangeal (MP) joint, which has oval articulating surfaces and permits movement in two…

A: A joint can be described as the part where two bones connect or the junction of two bones. The joint…

Q: Select all the components of the hip joint that contribute to its stability. A. Deep acetabular…

A: The hip joint is the articulation of the pelvis in association with the femur that connects the…

Q: Which of the following statements is correct about whathappens during flexion?a. The angle between…

A: The skeletal system is the center of the body. Mainly comprises of joints, cartilage, and bones. The…

Q: For the following synovial joint movements: a) Define; and b) Give a real life example of the joint…

A: Synovial joints or the diarthrosis is a joint that connect bones with the fibrous articular capsule.…

Q: which of the following joints has the highest flexibility.. O A. elbow joint O B. hip joint OC.…

A: Joints are the part of the body where two bones meet each other to produce movement. Joints may of…

Q: Which of the following joints cannot be circumducted? a. trapeziometacarpal b. metacarpophalangeal…

A: Joints are the connection between two or more bones. Most joints are mobile. Joints are the point…

Q: Name and describe six classes of synovial joints.

A: Synovial joints are also known as Diarthroses and are freely movable joints. These joints contain a…

Q: Name the joints that would be involved if you reached directly overhead and screwed a lightbulb into…

A: Different bones of the body are associated with each other by the articulations called “joints”.…

Q: Synovial joints, like knees and hips, are sometimes replaced with artificial joints. What frictional…

A: The artificial joint surgery ( knees ,hips) considered as the last way to restore the function of…

Q: The greatest range of mobility of any joint in the body is found in the a. knee joint. b. hip joint.…

A: The connection formed between the bones of the skeleton is known as a joint. Joints enable the…

Q: Give an example of each of the six classes of synovial joints and state how any axes of rotation…

A: Synovial joints are the joints which have a fluid filled joint cavity that is present within a…

Q: The agonist for arm abduction at the should joint is the 1. brachialis 2. deltoid 3. pectoralis…

A: The proximal attachment point of a muscle is referred to as its origin. The distal attachment point…

Q: Which type of joint provides the greatest range ofmotion?a. ball-and-socketb. hingec. condyloidd.…

A: Joints are points where two bones articulate. The joints are necessary for the movement of different…

Q: Describe the structure of synovial joints.

A: The most common and movable form of the joint in a mammal's body is the synovial joint, also known…

Q: What type of joint movement is used to shut off a lamp light? What type of joint movement is used to…

A: The connection between the bones of the body is referred to as joints. A joint links the skeletal…

Q: Topic: Joints Synovial Joints are classified according to six different shapes. First, describe each…

A: A joint is a connection between the bones. The joints allow different types of movement at different…

Q: If you sit on a sofa and then raise your left arm to rest it on the back of the sofa, your left…

A: The joint movements is considered in reference to person's anatomical position. The joint is in zero…

Q: A Hinge joint G. Flexion, Extension, Adduction, Abduction with minimal rotation M trapezkum to base…

A: NonAxial  1.  Type of joint -  Plane      Movement - Gliding      Examples - Acromion process to…

Q: The proximal radioulnar joint ________.a. is supported by the annular ligamentb. contains an…

A: The elbow joint refers to a uniaxial hinge joint that is produced by the articulation among the…

Q: When the shoulder joint dislocates, it most commonly dislocates posteriorly, meaning that the joint…

A: The head of the humerus is substantially larger than glenoid fossa, that’s why the shoulder…

Q: Which of the following movements are unique to the foot? a. dorsiflexion and inversion b. elevation…

A: Answer is a.) dorsiflexion and inversion.

Q: The proximal radioulnar joint has the structural SUBTYPE ,and conduct what type of movement? O…

A: The radioulnar joint articulates the ulna and radius bones in the forearm. It has two locations that…

Q: Which of the following is a type of synovial joint?a. a synostosisb. a suturec. a plane jointd. a…

A: This is the most common body joint.  It comprises the joint cavity containing fluid-filled space.…

Q: Which of the following statements defines synchondroses? A) Amphiarthrotic joints designed for…

A: A joint is a connection that occurs in the skeletal system between bones. Joints provide movement of…

Q: Which of the following is a function of synovial fluid? a. lubricates the joint b. provides…

A: The change in locus of the whole body of a living organism from one place to another is called…

Q: Name six types of synovial joints.

A: Synovial joints are the predominant type of joint in the human. A significant structural feature for…

Q: Choose the joint that is less likelyto become injured. Joint A - diarthosis joint; two long bones…

A: Diarthrosis is also known as synovial joint. Most joints in our body are synovial joints. Synovial…

Q: List and identify the movements permitted by synovial joints

A: To list and identify: The movements permitted by synovial joints.

Q: The knee joint has the greatest range of motion in which of the following movements? O Abduction O…

A: The presence of bones in the body not only gives the structure, support, and protection to the body…

Q: Which of the following is part of the elbow joint? a.Trochlear notch of the ulna b.Ulnar notch of…

A: The elbow joint is a complex hinge joint formed between the distal end of the humerus in the upper…

Q: Articular discS 1. maintain the stability of a joint. 2. direct flow of the synovial fluid to areas…

A: Articular discs are found in different joints of the body. It is an oval shaped thin structure made…

Q: Describe the movements permitted by each type ofsynovial joint.

A: As we know human body is made of skeleton. Skeleton is structure that keeps body in shape and helps…

Q: What are the four major categories of movements that occur at synovial joints?

A: A synovial joint, also known as diarthrosis, occurs between articulating bones to facilitate…

Q: what joint can rotate but not circumduct?

A: The point of contact between two or more bones is termed as articulation or joint. It is accountable…

Q: Topic: Joints Name the joint associated with the following structures: a. Glenoid labrum b.…

A: Joints are the areas where two or more bones meet. Most of the joints are mobile, which allows the…

Q: Which type of fibrous joint connects the tibia andfibula?a. syndesmosisb. symphysisc. suture d.…

A: Cartilaginous, fibrous, and synovial are the categories of joints in the human body.

Q: Explain how increased motion at a synchondrosis would impair the function of the joint?.

A: The skeletal system is composed of bones, joints, and connective tissues in the body such as the…

Q: Indicate the joint (or joints) from the list in column B that contains the structure listed in…

A: Joints can be defined as the connection between two and more bones that help in the body's movement.…

Q: Illustrate the structure of a synovial joint and explainthe roles of the components of a synovial…

A: A bone is a rigid organ that constitutes part of the vertebrate skeleton in animals. Joints are the…

Q: Below is an image of a portly fellow doing his best Cannonball off the diving board. Here are the…

A: Answer: Introduction: Motion is the movement of body. Motion comprises movement of organs, joints,…

Q: Name the parts that compose the shoulder joint.

A: The parts of shoulder joint are scapula and collar bone.

Q: Discuss the joints involved and movements requiredfor you to cross your arms together in front of…

A: The joints are the site, where the ends of the bones are joined to the other bones. There are many…

Q: What are the main supporting ligaments of the elbow joint?

A: The arm is formed by three bones which form a hinge at the elbow. The top of the hinge is formed by…

Q: Below, a diagram of a pelvis and lower extremity in "knock-kneed" anatomic alignment is provided.…

A: The knock kneed position is when the two legs are curved inwards with knees are touching and feet…

Knowledge Booster
Biology
Learn more about
Need a deep-dive on the concept behind this application? Look no further. Learn more about this topic, biology and related others by exploring similar questions and additional content below.
Concept explainers
Similar questions
    • SEE MORE QUESTIONS
    Recommended textbooks for you
  • Fundamentals of Sectional Anatomy: An Imaging App...
    Biology
    ISBN:9781133960867
    Author:Denise L. Lazo
    Publisher:Cengage Learning
    Body Structures & Functions Updated
    Biology
    ISBN:9780357191606
    Author:Scott
    Publisher:Cengage
    Body Structures & Functions
    Biology
    ISBN:9781285695495
    Author:Scott
    Publisher:Cengage
  • Fundamentals of Sectional Anatomy: An Imaging App...
    Biology
    ISBN:9781133960867
    Author:Denise L. Lazo
    Publisher:Cengage Learning
    Body Structures & Functions Updated
    Biology
    ISBN:9780357191606
    Author:Scott
    Publisher:Cengage
    Body Structures & Functions
    Biology
    ISBN:9781285695495
    Author:Scott
    Publisher:Cengage