Part D

Identify the types of joint movements that are numbered 1. (of head)

in figure 17.7. 14.

(of vertebral column/trunk)

2.

(of shoulder)

15.

(of head and neck)

3.

(of hand)

16.

(of head and neck)

4.

(of hand)

17.

(of arm at shoulder)

5.

(of arm at shoulder)

18.

(of arm at shoulder)

6.

(of arm at shoulder)

19.

(of forearm at elbow)

7.

(of hand at wrist)

20.

(of forearm at elbow)

8.

(of hand at wrist)

21.

(of thigh at hip)

9.

(of thigh at hip)

22.

(of thigh at hip)

10.

(of thigh at hip)

23.

(of leg at knee)

11.

(of chin/mandible)

24.

(of leg at knee)

12.

(of chin/mandible)

25.

(of foot at ankle)

13.

(of vertebral column/trunk)

26.

(of foot at ankle)

Figure 17.7 Identify each of the types of movements that are numbered and illustrated: (a) anterior view; (b) lateral view of head; (c) lateral view.

Figure 17.7 Identify each of the types of movements that are numbered and illustrated: (a) anterior view; (b) lateral view of head; (c) lateral view.

Figure Movement

Original illustration drawn by Ross Martin

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