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Articular cartilage Figure 30. Schematic section through a synovial joint Other. In the non-synovial type, the skeletal parts are connected by permits of bending or twisting. The range of movement is greater synovial type. In the synovial joints there is always a cleft or joint cavity which known as the capsule. The opposing surfaces are covered with hyaline a non-osseous material which in the synovial than the nonis enclosed by a cuff of tissue cartilage (Figure 30). 32 The Human Skeletal Pattern The capsule is usually attached to the bone at a distance from the articular surfaces.

Wrist area of a girl aged 16 years. The transradiant zone between the metaphysis and epi­ physis has almost disappeared Figure 29. Wrist area of a man aged 40 years. The fused epiphysis is repre­ sented by a single white line, which in this man has persisted until middle age calcification soon become ossified and then merge into a single bony mass with a central trabeculated zone surrounded by a white Hne of calcified cartilage or cortical bone. The cartilage is gradually replaced by bone, but a cartilaginous layer persists for some time between the primary and secondary centre and results in a transradiant band known as the epiphyseal plate {Figure 27), These events are illustrated diagrammatically in Figure 26.

These structures are known as 'articular discs'. The layer of compact bone at the articulating surfaces of the bones at cartilaginous and synovial joints is covered with hyaline cartilage. As seen radiologically a transparent interval between the ends of the articulating bones represents the transparent hyaline or articular cartilage. The narrow joint space between the cartilage-covered surfaces of adjacent bones is not visible, being no more than a potential space. If the joint space contains sufficient fluid to separate the articular surfaces (an abnormal condition) then the transparent interval represents articular cartilage plus joint space.

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