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Slightly Movable Joints

Summary Information: Slightly Movable Joints

Slightly Movable Joints: Slightly movable joints are the joints in the body that provide strength while allowing for a small amount of movement or flexibility between bones. Slightly movable joints are a part of the skeletal system and include the joints between the vertebrae and pubic symphysis. Bone surfaces in limited movement joints are generally covered by hyaline cartilage.

Conditions that can afflict slightly movable joints include osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, dislocations, trauma, fracture, pregnancy and complications of surgical procedures on a joint.

Closely Related Organs: Slightly Movable Joints

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Slightly Movable Joints

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Other Names: Slightly Movable Joints

The following are other names for the organ: Slightly Movable Joints:

  • Amphiarthrosis
  • Slightly movable joint

Sub Parts: Slightly Movable Joints

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Symptoms Related to Afflictions of: Slightly Movable Joints

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