10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ENARTHROSIS»
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De Humani Corporis Fabrica:
It is therefore agreed that Nature formed an enarthrosis in simple joints which ,>!v
finished off by .1 continuous, and not (as I might say) .111 intermittent,
encrustation of cartilage, preferring the simplest possible connection to a double
p u one ...
EMT Abbreviation for Emergency Medical Technician. Enarthrosis (en'ar-thr6'sis)
(n.) 1. A ball-and-socket joint. 2. A multiaxial joint in which the rounded convex
head of one bone is received into a socket concavity in another. Examples are
Stanley Hoppenfeld, Michael S. Zeide, 1994
On the Fabric of the Human Body: A Translation of De Humani ...
1 8) enarthrosis (enarthrosis), I: 29 (12.22) and I: 31 (13.43) enarthrosis (
enarthrosis), when formed in simple joint, I: 32 (13.55) ensiformis (ensiformis),
cartilage so called, I: 394 (167.46) entera (altera), 294 ANDREAS VESALIUS OF
Elementary Anatomy and Physiology: For Colleges, Academies, ...
Arthrodia, Ginglymux, Enarthrosis. — Of Diarthro- sis there are three varieties :
Arthrodia, Ginglymus, and Enarthrosis. Arthrodia is a slightly movable joint, as of
tho wrist and ancle bones, or the radius and ulna. Ginglymus is the common
Elements of general anatomy
379 adapted to each other, in most instances one being concave and the other
convex ; but there are modifications in their configuration, which may be reduced
to the three following varieties: — 1. Enarthrosis. 2. Ar- throdia. 3. Ginglymus. 1.
Richard Dugard Grainger, 1829
Encyclopaedia perthensis, or, Universal dictionary of the ...
ENAREA, a province of Abyssinia, conquered by the troops of Negus, at the
beginning, of the 1 jth century, situated at the SVV. extremity of the empire. *
ENARRATION. n.s. \_enarro, Latin.] Explanation ; exposition. Difl. (1.) *
Dictionary of Zoo Biology and Animal Management
enarthrosis. 101. embryonic diapause See DELAYED IMPLANTATION
emergency radio codes Numerical, colour or other verbal codes use by zoos
internally to communicate the existence of an emergency. For example Houston
Zoo (Texas) ...
A System of Human Anatomy: General and Special
The degree of motion in this class has given rise to a subdivision into three
genera, Arthrodia, Ginglymus, and Enarthrosis. Arthrodia is the movable joint in
which the extent of motion is slight and limited, as in the articulation of the clavicle
Sir Erasmus Wilson, Paul Beck Goddard, 1813
The cyclopædia of anatomy and physiology
Enarthrosis(diarthrosis orbicularis — ball- and-socket joint.) — This is a highly
developed arthrodia. The convex surface assumes a globular shape, and the
concavity is so much deepened as to be cup-like, hence the appellation ball and
Robert Bentley Todd, 1836
Elements of Self-Knowledge; intended to lead youth into an ...
Enarthrosis and Ginglymus. Enarthrosis is where a round head is received into a
round cavity, which mechanics call the ball and soeket ; though none of the
articulations in a human body sully resemble that, unless the uþper end of the
Robert Charles DALLAS, 1802