diarthrodial


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diarthrodial

 [di″ahr-thro´de-al]
of the nature of a diarthrosis.
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On one hand, the presence of a ligamentous system and a joint capsule proves the existence of a diarthrodial joint.
Imaging of facet joint OA shows the typical radiological appearances of OA as seen in other diarthrodial joints.
(49) Zjoints are diarthrodial synovial joints exhibiting variable orientation from upper to lower lumbar segments, usually becoming coronal in orientation at L5-S1, presumably as a response to local biomechanical stress.
Being synoviallined, diarthrodial, and freely moveable functional units, they transmit shear forces and help the intervertebral discs in carrying about 16% of the vertical load.
This is understandable, for in the erect position the diarthrodial joints are locked.
He has pioneered the application of physiologic loading to cartilage tissue constructs, simulating deformational loading in the diarthrodial joint during physical activities, and promoting in vitro development of engineered cartilage tissues with biomechanical properties matching those of native articular cartilage.
The SI joint is structurally and functionally classified as a diarthrodial synovial joint [36,38-40].
On the other hand, collagen II (CII) has been determined as the major constituent protein of the cartilage in the diarthrodial joint (Myers et al.
The pisiform bone situated in the proximal row of carpal bones and forms a diarthrodial synovial joint by articulating dorsally with the triquetrum.
Biomechanics of diarthrodial joints: a review of twenty years of progress.
The ankle joint is a diarthrodial joint with motion occurring in the sagittal plane.
Articular hyaline cartilage is a specialized, low-friction, and wear-resistant surface tissue in weight-bearing diarthrodial joints with its main function to absorb, cushion, and protect the underlying bone from forces generated while the joint is being used.