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  • Mine are named stiff and sore.
  • Elbow, shoulder, knuckle, knee, hip, wrist and ankle.
  • Tetrahydrocannabinol.
  • A point where two or more bones connect is called a joint. There are two different types of joints in the body: * Movable joints (like ball-and-socket, hinge, gliding and pivot joints) * Immovable joints (like the bones of the skull and pelvis) which allow little or no movement * Acromioclavicular * Ankle (tibia-fibula and talus) * Atlas and axis * Atlas and occipital * Calcaneocuboid * Carpometacarpal * Elbow (humerus, radius, and ulna) * Femur and tibia * Hip bone and femur * Humerus and ulna * Intercarpal: o Carpal, proximal o Carpal, distal o Carpal bones (two rows with each other) * Intermetacarpals * Intermetatarsals * Interphalangeal * Knee (femur, tibia, and patella) * Mandible (jaw) and temporal * Metacarpophalangeal * Metatarsophalangeal * Pubic bones * Radioulnar, distal * Radioulnar, middle * Radioulnar, proximal * Radius-ulna and carpals (wrist) * Ribs, heads of * Ribs, tubercles and necks of * Sacrococcygeal * Sacroiliac * Shoulder (humerus and scapula) * Symphysis * Sacroiliac * Scapula and humerus * Sternoclavicular * Sternocostal * Subtalar * Talus and calcaneus * Talus and navicular * Tarsometatarsal * Tibia-fibula and talus (ankle) * Tibiofibular * Vertebral arches * Vertebral bodies * Wrist (radius-ulna and carpals) Note the double entries involving the ankle, elbow, knee and shoulder. For example, Ankle (tibia-fibula and talus) and Tibia-fibula and talus (ankle).

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