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Skeletal system Joints

This article is designed and produced with the massage therapist that would like to review or is getting ready to take their national certification test. The types of joint classifications are synarthrosis, Ampharthorosis, and Diarthorosis. Synarthrosis is the type of … Continue reading

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Skeletal system Cartilage

This review is intended for massage therapist that are trying to pass national certification. Cartilage cells are called Chrondrocytes. No blood vessels are found in cartilage which makes repair a more lengthly process that most other tissues of the body. … Continue reading

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Skeletal system Sinuses

This article is intended for massage therapist that are working towards taking their national certification test. The spaces or cavities indies some of the cranial bones are called sinuses, which we have four pairs of these and can be found … Continue reading

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Skeletal System True Ribs

This review is intended for massage therpists that are studying to take their national certification tests. True ribs are those ribs that attach directly to the sternum via costal cartiage. Ribs 8,9,10 are rib pairs that attach the the last … Continue reading

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Skeletal System Continued

This is the second installment of the skeletal system in the review section for massage therapist that are working towards passing the national certification examination. The fibrous membrane that lines the medullary caivity is the endosteum. The two major types … Continue reading

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