Definition of a joint a place where two or more bones come together. Articulation a jointDefinition of a joint a place where two or more bones come together. Articulation a joint
Kinesiology the study of the mechanics of motion, biomechanics, study of the movement of joints
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Morphometric study of the articular facets of atlas and axis vertebraeMorphometric study of the articular facets of atlas and axis vertebrae
Knowledge of this variability is important for neurosurgeons, orthopaedicians, etc, who in everyday practice are in contact with disorders of the spine and their consequences. Keeping this in mind a morphometric study was carried out on atlas and
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[notes: axial skeleton joints – lesson 2 kinesiology][notes: axial skeleton joints – lesson 2 kinesiology]
Slide 3: The joints of the axial body that will be covered the first part of the ppt are the suture joints and the temporomandibular joints. The general structure of the spine will also be covered in this lesson
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Cervical-Occipital Assembly: Alar LigamentCervical-Occipital Assembly: Alar Ligament
Why does sideflexion increase ipsilateral vertebral artery occlusion with contralateral atlanto-axial rotation?
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Cervical-Occipital Assembly Movements of the Upper Cervical AssemblyCervical-Occipital Assembly Movements of the Upper Cervical Assembly
While there is movement of both ends of the linkage as a part of any ordinary movement, the head and body move synergistically, but largely independently. In order to achieve this relative isolation
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