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    • Chapter 8 - Joints $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $ 100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 Classification of Joints Synovial Joints Body Movements Types of Synovial Joints Selected Synovial Joints FINAL ROUND
    • Classification of Joints: $100 Question
      • The two main types of joint classification are:
      • a. size and structure.
      • b. size and shape.
      • c. structure and function.
      • d. shape and function.
      BACK TO GAME ANSWER
    • Classification of Joints: $100 Answer
      • The two main types of joint classification are:
      • a. size and structure.
      • b. size and shape.
      • c. structure and function.
      • d. shape and function.
      BACK TO GAME
    • Classification of Joints: $200 Question
      • The hip joint is an example of a(n) ______.
        • a. synchondrosis
      • b. synarthrosis
      • c. amphiarthrosis
      • d. diarthrosis
      BACK TO GAME ANSWER
    • Classification of Joints: $200 Answer
      • The hip joint is an example of a(n) ______.
        • a. synchondrosis
        • b. synarthrosis
      • c. amphiarthrosis
      • d. diarthrosis
      BACK TO GAME
    • Classification of Joints: $300 Question
      • A fibrous joint connected by ligaments is classified as a ________.
      • a. suture
      • b. syndesmosis
      • c. gomphosis
      • d. symphysis
      BACK TO GAME ANSWER
    • Classification of Joints: $300 Answer
      • A fibrous joint connected by ligaments is classified as a ________.
      • a. suture
      • b. syndesmosis
      • c. gomphosis
      • d. symphysis
      BACK TO GAME
    • Classification of Joints: $400 Question
      • Which of the following is a cartilaginous joint?
      • a. Suture
      • b. Synarthrosis
      • c. Gomphosis
      • d. Symphysis
      BACK TO GAME ANSWER
    • Classification of Joints: $400 Answer
      • Which of the following is a cartilaginous joint?
      • a. Suture
      • b. Synarthrosis
      • c. Gomphosis
      • d. Symphysis
      BACK TO GAME
    • Classification of Joints: $500 Question
      • Which of the following is an example of a synarthrosis?
      • a. Diarthrosis
      • b. Suture
      • c. Symphysis
      • d. Syndesmosis
      BACK TO GAME ANSWER
    • Classification of Joints: $500 Answer
      • Which of the following is an example of a synarthrosis?
      • a. Diarthrosis
      • b. Suture
      • c. Symphysis
      • d. Syndesmosis
      BACK TO GAME
    • Synovial Joints: $100 Question
      • Synovial joints are examples of __________.
      • a. amphiarthroses
      • b. diarthroses
      • c. synarthroses
      • d. synchondroses
      BACK TO GAME ANSWER
    • Synovial Joints: $100 Answer
      • Synovial joints are examples of __________.
      • a. amphiarthroses
      • b. diarthroses
      • c. synarthroses
      • d. synchondroses
      BACK TO GAME
    • Synovial Joints: $200 Question
      • A unique feature of synovial joints is __________.
        • a. a joint cavity
        • b. cartilage
        • c. ligaments
        • d. All of the above are unique to synovial joints.
      BACK TO GAME ANSWER
    • Synovial Joints: $200 Answer
      • A unique feature of synovial joints is __________.
        • a. a joint cavity
        • b. cartilage
        • c. ligaments
        • d. All of the above are unique to synovial joints.
      BACK TO GAME
    • Synovial Joints: $300 Question
      • The fibrous capsule of a synovial joint is composed of ________.
        • a. cartilage
        • b. synovial fluid
        • c. connective tissue
        • d. synovial membrane
      BACK TO GAME ANSWER
    • Synovial Joints: $300 Answer
      • The fibrous capsule of a synovial joint is composed of ________.
        • a. cartilage
        • b. synovial fluid
        • c. connective tissue
        • d. synovial membrane
      BACK TO GAME
    • Synovial Joints: $400 Question
      • All of the following are synovial joints except:
        • a. temporomandibular.
        • b. interphalangeal.
        • c. intervertebral.
        • d. elbow.
      BACK TO GAME ANSWER
    • Synovial Joints: $400 Answer
      • All of the following are synovial joints except:
        • a. temporomandibular.
        • b. interphalangeal.
        • c. intervertebral.
        • d. elbow.
      BACK TO GAME
    • Synovial Joints: $500 Question
      • All of the following are part of a synovial joint except:
        • a. bursae.
        • b. ligaments.
        • c. articular cartilage.
        • d. synovial fluid.
      BACK TO GAME ANSWER
    • Synovial Joints: $500 Answer
      • All of the following are part of a synovial joint except:
        • a. bursae.
        • b. ligaments.
        • c. articular cartilage.
        • d. synovial fluid.
      BACK TO GAME
    • Body Movements: $100 Question
      • What movement has occurred when you bend your fingers to make a fist?
      • a. Adduction
      • b. Extension
      • c. Flexion
      • d. Rotation
      BACK TO GAME ANSWER
    • Body Movements: $100 Answer
      • What movement has occurred when you bend your fingers to make a fist?
      • a. Adduction
      • b. Extension
      • c. Flexion
      • d. Rotation
      BACK TO GAME
    • Body Movements: $200 Question
      • The opposite movement of supination is ________.
        • a. abduction
        • b. protraction
        • c. opposition
        • d. pronation
      BACK TO GAME ANSWER
    • Body Movements: $200 Answer
      • The opposite movement of supination is ________.
        • a. abduction
        • b. protraction
        • c. opposition
        • d. pronation
      BACK TO GAME
    • Body Movements: $300 Question
      • This movement is a combination of several movements.
        • a. Inversion
        • b. Rotation
        • c. Circumduction
        • d. Hyperextension
      BACK TO GAME ANSWER
    • Body Movements: $300 Answer
      • This movement is a combination of several movements.
        • a. Inversion
        • b. Rotation
        • c. Circumduction
        • d. Hyperextension
      BACK TO GAME
    • Body Movements: $400 Question
      • When the sole of your foot is turned medially, _______ has occurred.
        • a. eversion
        • b. inversion
        • c. dorsiflexion
        • d. plantar flexion
      BACK TO GAME ANSWER
    • Body Movements: $400 Answer
      • When the sole of your foot is turned medially, _______ has occurred.
        • a. eversion
        • b. inversion
        • c. dorsiflexion
        • d. plantar flexion
      BACK TO GAME
    • Body Movements: $500 Question
      • Protraction of the jaw would be classified as which type of movement?
        • a. Angular
        • b. Gliding
        • c. Rotation
        • d. Opposition
      BACK TO GAME ANSWER
    • Body Movements: $500 Answer
      • Protraction of the jaw would be classified as which type of movement?
        • a. Angular
        • b. Gliding
        • c. Rotation
        • d. Opposition
      BACK TO GAME
    • Types of Synovial Joints: $100 Question
      • All of the following are types of synovial joints except:
      • a. condyloid.
      • b. plane.
      • c. saddle.
      • d. suture.
      BACK TO GAME ANSWER
    • Types of Synovial Joints: $100 Answer
      • All of the following are types of synovial joints except:
      • a. condyloid.
      • b. plane.
      • c. saddle.
      • d. suture.
      BACK TO GAME
    • Types of Synovial Joints: $200 Question
      • These are the most freely movable type of synovial joint.
      • a. Ball and socket
      • b. Condyloid
      • c. Hinge
      • d. Pivot
      BACK TO GAME ANSWER
    • Types of Synovial Joints: $200 Answer
      • These are the most freely movable type of synovial joint.
      • a. Ball and socket
      • b. Condyloid
      • c. Hinge
      • d. Pivot
      BACK TO GAME
    • Types of Synovial Joints: $300 Question
      • The carpals form this type of joint with each other.
      • a. Condyloid
      • b. Hinge
      • c. Pivot
      • d. Plane
      BACK TO GAME ANSWER
    • Types of Synovial Joints: $300 Answer
      • The carpals form this type of joint with each other.
      • a. Condyloid
      • b. Hinge
      • c. Pivot
      • d. Plane
      BACK TO GAME
    • Types of Synovial Joints: $400 Question
      • Hinge joints are classified as ________.
      • a. nonaxial
      • b. uniaxial
      • c. biaxial
      • d. multiaxial
      BACK TO GAME ANSWER
    • Types of Synovial Joints: $400 Answer
      • Hinge joints are classified as ________.
      • a. nonaxial
      • b. uniaxial
      • c. biaxial
      • d. multiaxial
      BACK TO GAME
    • Types of Synovial Joints: $500 Question
      • The proximal ends of the radius and ulna form which type of joint?
        • a. Condyloid
        • b. Hinge
        • c. Pivot
        • d. Plane
      BACK TO GAME ANSWER
    • Types of Synovial Joints: $500 Answer
      • The proximal ends of the radius and ulna form which type of joint?
        • a. Condyloid
        • b. Hinge
        • c. Pivot
        • d. Plane
      BACK TO GAME
    • Selected Synovial Joints: $100 Question
      • According to your book, which joint is the most complex joint in your body?
        • a. Elbow
        • b. Knee
        • c. Hip
        • d. Shoulder
      BACK TO GAME ANSWER
    • Selected Synovial Joints: $100 Answer
      • According to your book, which joint is the most complex joint in your body?
        • a. Elbow
        • b. Knee
        • c. Hip
        • d. Shoulder
      BACK TO GAME
    • Selected Synovial Joints: $200 Question
      • Which joint in your body is the most easily dislocated?
        • a. Knee
        • b. Hip
        • c. Shoulder
        • d. Temporomandibular
      BACK TO GAME ANSWER
    • Selected Synovial Joints: $200 Answer
      • Which joint in your body is the most easily dislocated?
        • a. Knee
        • b. Hip
        • c. Shoulder
        • d. Temporomandibular
      BACK TO GAME
    • Selected Synovial Joints: $300 Question
      • The trochlear notch helps to stabilize which joint?
      • a. Elbow
      • b. Hip
      • c. Shoulder
      • d. Temporomandibular
      BACK TO GAME ANSWER
    • Selected Synovial Joints: $300 Answer
      • The trochlear notch helps to stabilize which joint?
      • a. Elbow
      • b. Hip
      • c. Shoulder
      • d. Temporomandibular
      BACK TO GAME
    • Selected Synovial Joints: $400 Question
      • Which joint is the most freely movable joint in our body?
      • a. Knee
      • b. Hip
      • c. Shoulder
      • d. Temporomandibular
      BACK TO GAME ANSWER
    • Selected Synovial Joints: $400 Answer
      • Which joint is the most freely movable joint in our body?
      • a. Knee
      • b. Hip
      • c. Shoulder
      • d. Temporomandibular
      BACK TO GAME
    • Selected Synovial Joints: $500 Question
      • Which body joint is the most susceptible to sports injuries?
      • a. Elbow
      • b. Knee
      • c. Hip
      • d. Shoulder
      BACK TO GAME ANSWER
    • Selected Synovial Joints: $500 Answer
      • Which body joint is the most susceptible to sports injuries?
      • a. Elbow
      • b. Knee
      • c. Hip
      • d. Shoulder
      BACK TO GAME
    • FINAL ROUND Question
      • Which synovial joint in your body is only partially enclosed in a joint capsule?
        • a. Elbow
        • b. Knee
        • c. Hip
        • d. Shoulder
      BACK TO GAME ANSWER
    • FINAL ROUND Answer
      • Which synovial joint in your body is only partially enclosed in a joint capsule?
        • a. Elbow
        • b. Knee
        • c. Hip
        • d. Shoulder
      BACK TO GAME