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Synovial . Synovial Joints. Joint (synovial) cavity Not an actual space – “potential space ”. Articular Cartilage (hyaline) Covers bone surfaces, makes slick and smooth Protects bones from being crushed – matrix has more water No perichondrium. Synovial Joints. Synovial Fluid
Synovial Fluid. I. Physiology & Composition Movable joints (diarthroses) composed of: Bones lined with articular cartilage Separated by a cavity containing synovial fluid enclosed in a synovial membrane Synovial membrane synoviocytes: Phagocytic – synthesizes degradative enzymes
Synovial Joints. PTP 521 Musculoskeletal Diseases and Dysfunctions. Objectives. Review the embryological development of joints Review the components of a joint Discuss the histological makeup of joint components Discuss diseases and disorders that stem from particular joint dysfunctions
Synovial Joints. Diarthrotic Articulations. What are synovial joints?. Freely movable joints Contain a cavity filled with thick, slippery fluid (Synovial fluid) Found mostly in articulations of the appendicular skeleton. Articular Cartilage. Covers the ends of bones
SYNOVIAL JOINT. Dr Iram Tassaduq. Synovial Joint. Joint in which two bones are separated by a space called a joint cavity Most are freely movable. SALIENT FEATURES. Articular cartilage Capsule Synovial membrane Synovial cavity Synovial fluid Articular discs Ligaments Menisci Bursa
Synovial Joints. Accessory structures of the right shoulder joint, anterior view. Types of Synovial Joints. There are 6 types of synovial joints based on the shapes of the articulating bone surfaces.
SYNOVIAL JOINT. Dr Iram Tassaduq. SYNOVIAL JOINT. Joint in which two bones are separated by a space called a joint cavity Most are freely movable. FEATURES OF SYNOVIAL JOINT. Articular capsule Synovial membrane and fluid Articular cartilage Articular discs and menisci Tendon
Synovial Fluid Analysis. Definition. Alternative names: Joint fluid analysis; Joint fluid aspiration Synovial fluid is viscous colorless liquid that found in the joint cavities. Formation of synovial fluid.
SS18-SSX IS A CELL-CONTEXT-DEPEDENT EPIGENETIC REGULATOR: IMPLICATION FOR CELL-OF-ORIGIN OF SYNOVIAL SARCOMAS. Sakura Tamaki 1,2 , Makoto Fukuta 1,2,3 , Kazuo Hayakawa 1,2,3 , Tomohisa Kato Jr. 1 , and Junya Toguchida 1,2,4.