10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ENARTHROSES»
Discover the use of enarthroses
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to enarthroses
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
The library of medicine, arranged and ed. by A. Tweedie
Like all enarthroses, there is here a fibrous capsule, or capsular ligament (r, figs.
69 and 70.), a sac with two opemngs, which extends from the margin of the
glenoid cavity to the anatomical neck of the humerus. This capsule is remarkable
Library, Alexander Tweedie, 1841
A treatise on the membranes in general: and on different ...
brous capsule, originating from the periosteum of the trapezium and of the
metacarpal bone, but having fibres less compact than those of the true
enarthroses, and leaving to be seen in the intervals of these fibres portions of the
Xavier Bichat, Husson (Henri Marie, M.), Henri Marie Husson, 1813
Introduction to Sectional Anatomy
2. The ankle joint is classified as what type of joint? A. Ginglymus B. Arthrodial C.
Enarthroses D. Syndesmosis 3. Describe the shoulder girdle. 4. List the bones
forming the knee joint: , , and . 5. The hip joint is classified as what type of joint?
The Anatomy of the Human Body
The scapulo-humeral articulation belongs to the class of enarthroses. Articular
Surfaces. — These are the glenoid cavity of the scapula, slightly concave, of an
oval form, with the large end downward, and looking directly outward ; and the
Jean Cruveilhier, Granville Sharp Pattison, 1844
Elements of General Anatomy; Tr. from the Last Ed. of the ...
The most mobile articulations are the most susceptible of it. Thus the arthrodiae
and enarthroses are those which present the greatest number of examples of it,
and the close diathroses those which present the fewest; Of the articulations of
Pierre Auguste Béclard, M. Ollivier (Charles Prosper), 1830
Forms of animal life: being outlines of zoological ...
The ' ball' in the enarthroses of the trunk and tail vertebrae of the Ophidia forms a
larger portion of a sphere, and that sphere a more perfect one than in ordinary
Reptiles. The socket for its reception is proportionately deeper, D especially at
The metacarpo-phalangeal articulations are enarthroses, maintained by loose
ligaments ; but it should be remembered that the articulating head belongs to the
metacarpal bone, and that in flexion of the finger it alone projects, the phalanx ...
Joseph-François Malgaigne, 1851
Outlines of Comparative Anatomy
... or the firm connecting layer of fibrocartilage between the vertebrae of
mammalia, we find the bodies of the vertebra: of reptiles united by distinct
moveable articulations, or enarthroses, with strong capsular ligaments and
synovial secretion, ...
Robert Edmond Grant, 1841
Its peculiar construction, no doubt, contributes its share to the liability ; for, though
it is classed by common consent among the enarthroses, or ball-and-socket joints
, the socket is so shallow as to admit little more than a third part of the nearly ...
Frederic Carpenter Skey, 1851
Lectures on the principles and practice of surgery
Definition — Liability of different kinds of joints to dislocation — Causes:
predisposing, immediate — Enarthroses, may be displaced in any direction —
Ginglymoid and trochoidal limited — Reduction not always to be attempted —
Bransby Blake Cooper, 1852