Anatomical Synovial Joint Model
Rigid life size model to show bone structure, articular disc, articular cartilage, Synovial membrane and capsular ligament.
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Synovial joints are most evolved and therefore its most mobile type of joints.
It shows bone structure, articular disc, articular cartilage, Synovial membrane and capsular ligament.
- Synovial joints allow for movement
- The bones meet to form a joint, the bones surfaces are covered with a thin layer of strong, smooth articular cartilage
- A very thin layer of slippery, viscous joint fluid, called synovial fluid, separates and lubricates the two cartilage-covered bone surfaces
- A synovial membrane encapsulates the joint surfaces and synovial fluid
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