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Is the knee a Diarthrodial joint?
Last Updated: 13th January, 2020
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Considering this, what type of Diarthrodial joint is the knee?
- Gliding joints (or planar joints) – e.g. the carpals of the wrist.
- Hinge joints – e.g. the elbow (between the humerus and the ulna) and knee.
- Pivot joints – e.g the wrist.
- Condyloid joints (or ellipsoidal joints) – e.g. the thumb (between the metacarpal and carpal)
- Saddle joints – e.g. the shoulder and hip joints.
Similarly, where are Diarthrodial joints located? diarthrodial joint synovial joint. elbow joint the synovial joint between the humerus, ulna, and radius. See also elbow.
Accordingly, what is another name for a Diarthrodial joint?
Diarthrodial joints are also called synovial joints.
What type of Diarthrodial joint is the elbow?