diarthrosis

NOUN
  1. a joint so articulated as to move freely
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How To Use diarthrosis In A Sentence

  • Two adjacent ribs, often five and six, and six and seven, sometimes articulate at their costal cartilages by a diarthrosis, synarthrosis, or syndesmosis.
  • In a considerable part of their extent, especially in advanced life, they are separated by a space containing a synovia-like fluid, and hence the joint presents the characteristics of a diarthrosis. III. Syndesmology. 5i. Articulations of the Pelvis
  • Although coracoclavicular diarthrosis is of no significance other than academic, it is important to recognize this variation and the clinical symptoms that may occur, as it is a cause of shoulder pain and arthritis in this or the adjacent sternoclavicular and acromioclavicular joint. BioMed Central - Latest articles
  • The coracoclavicular syndesmosis may be a diarthrosis or a cartilaginous symphysis.
  • Two adjacent ribs, often five and six, and six and seven, sometimes articulate at their costal cartilages by a diarthrosis, synarthrosis, or syndesmosis.
  • —The incudomalleolar joint is a saddle-shaped diarthrosis; it is surrounded by an articular capsule, and the joint cavity is incompletely divided into two by a wedge-shaped articular disk or meniscus. X. The Organs of the Senses and the Common Integument. 1d. 3. The Auditory Ossicles
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