Joints of the upper limb

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Joints of the upper limb

   

Joint                     Tissue              Type

 

Interphalangeal  Synovial  Hinge

Metacarpophalangeal  Synovial  Ellipsoidal

First digit  Synovial Saddle

Second to fifth digits Synovial  Gliding

Intercarpal Synovial Gliding

Radiocarpal Synovial Ellipsoidal

Proximal Radioulnar  Synovial Pivot

Distal Radioulnar  Synovial Pivot

Humeroulnar Synovial Hinge

Humeroradial Synovial Hinge

Glenohumeral(Scapolohumeral)à Synovial Ball and socket

AcromioclavicularSynovial  Gliding

Sternoclavicular Synovial  double Gliding / saddle

 

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