10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ENARTHRODIAL»
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Transactions of the Zoological Society of London
In all the other genera of Decapodous Cephalopods the funnel is articulated to
the mantle at the exterior part of its base by two enarthrodial joints, the projection
being on the mantle, and the socket on the funnel ; both parts of the joint are ...
Fractures and Dislocations
The enarthrodial joints are much more likely to escape this form of injury than the
hinge joints, where fracture is a not unfrequent accompaniment of dislocation.
The fracture may vary from some chipping off of a small fragment of the articular ...
Thomas Pickering Pick, 1785
The anatomy of the human body
Besides these ligaments, we also find, 1. An anterior ligament (i, fig. 75), which is
very thick, and stretches from the anterior surface of the 0s magnum, by diverging
rays, to those three bones of the first row that form the enarthrodial cavity, ...
The surgical and descriptive anatomy of the bones, ...
as to the latter, a blow may produce luxation of an arthro- dial or ginglemoid joint ;
but muscular action must be concurrent with external force to dislocate an
enarthrodial or ball and socket joint. The symptoms of dislocation are various, ...
William Heard Thomas, 1834
Advanced Concepts of Strength & Conditioning for Tennis:
Ball & Socket Joint (called Enarthrodial; e.g. shoulder) 2. Hinge Joint (called
Ginglymus; e.g. knee) 3. Saddle Joint (called Sellar; e.g. thumb) 4. Pivot Joint (
called Trochoidal; e.g. radioulnar below elbow) 5. Gliding Joint (called Arthrodial;
Australian Journal of Zoology
The success of dinosaurs can be attributed in great measure to the development
of the enarthrodial hip joint. A natural consequence of dinosaur polyphyly is the
supposition that every line of archosaur evolution which breached the ...
Official Gazette of the United States Patent and Trademark ...
A protective garment to be wom by a person to absorb shock and protect selected
regions of the body against the shock, the garment comprising: a plurality of
protective areas for protecting the enarthrodial joint regions of the wearer against
Dictionary of Human Biology:
Enlarlthrolse / cotyloid joint, ball-and-socket joint, enarthrodial joint, multiaxial
joint, spheroidal joint, polyaxial joint, socket joint, enarthrosis. enlarlthroltisch adj.
relating to an enarthrodial joint/articulation, enarthrodial. Encephal-prá/
How to pass State board examination: chiropractor
Pump-handle, bucket-handle, combined bucket-handle and pump- handle, and
enarthrodial movements. 10. The pump-handle movement : in inspiration and
expiration the ribs revolve on a transverse axis drawn through their
Jacob Charles Friedman, 1968
Deposing and Examining Doctors
§10:21 Ligaments and Hip Capsule The hip is an enarthrodial (ball and socket)
joint. The articulating portions of the femoral head in the acetabulum are covered
by articular cartilage with the exception of a small area in the femoral head called
Kim Patrick Hart, James P. Bradley, John A. Brown, 2007