Joints and Pathology of the Skeletal System PowerPoint: This PowerPoint on Joints and Joint Pathology is geared to any High School Biology or Anatomy class/grade. The purpose of this PowerPoint is to summarize the important information and concepts about the joints and pathology of the skeletal system.
On average this presentation should run approximately 10 to 30 minutes of class time and is meant to either introduce or reinforce concepts.
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There are 30 slides (excluding the title slide) on this PowerPoint which contain the following titles:
♦ Joint Structure
♦ Cartilaginous Joint
♦ Fibrous Joint
♦ Synovial Joint
♦ Anatomy of the Knee
♦ Types of Synovial Joints
♦ Arm Bones (2 slides with mini quiz)
♦ Plane Joint
♦ Hinge Joint
♦ Pivot Joint
♦ Condyloid Joint
♦ Saddle Joint
♦ Ball and Socket Joint
♦ Guess the type of Synovial Joint (9 slides - mini quiz)
♦ Rheumatoid Arthritis
♦ Ankylosing Spondylitis
♦ How Bone Loss Occurs in Osteoporosis
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