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By J. Anthony Seikel, Douglas W. King, David G. Drumright

Undergraduate conversation technological know-how and ailment scholars. ANATOMY AND body structure FOR SPEECH, LANGUAGE, AND listening to is a middle direction for all Speech Pathology and Audiology scholars. In 2004, 239 faculties and universities provided graduate courses in speech-language pathology which are authorized through the Council on educational Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology. overall undergraduate enrollment: 16,397. (Source: CAPCS, June 2006.) overall graduate enrollment: 7,389. (Source: CAPCS, June 2006.)

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Source: Delmar/Cengage Learning Table 1-2. Types of joints. I. Fibrous Joints (Immobile) A. Syndesmosis: Banded by ligament. B. Suture: Skull bone union. C. Gomphosis: Tooth in alveolus. II. Cartilaginous Joints (Limited movement) A. Synchondrosis: Cartilage that ossifies through aging. B. Symphysis: Bone connected by fibrocartilage. III. Synovial Joints (Highly mobile) A. Plane joint (gliding joint; arthrodia): Shallow or flat surfaces. B. Spheroid (cotyloid). C. Condylar joint: Shallow ball-and-socket joints.

Trochoid joint (pivot). F. Sellar joint. G. Ginglymus (hinge) joint. 19 Femur Humerus (1) Synovial (joint) cavity (2) Synovial membrane (4) Bursa (3) Articular cartilage Patella (1) Synovial (joint) cavity (4) Bursa Tibia Backand-forth movement Ulna HINGE JOINT SIMPLE SYNOVIAL JOINT Spinous process Ball and socket joint Intervertebral disc SYMPHYSIS ELLIPSOID JOINT Fibrous connective tissue Suture of skull Figure 1-5. Different types of joints. Source: Delmar/Cengage Learning 20 SUTURE Basic Elements of Anatomy 21 Fibrous Joints.

Body organs Ligaments. ” Visceral ligaments bind organs together or hold structures in place. Skeletal ligaments must withstand great pressure, as they typically bind bone to bone. To achieve this, the connective tissue fibers course in the same direction, giving ligaments great tensile strength. Most ligaments have little stretch, although some (such as the posterior spinal cord ligaments) are endowed with elastic fibers to permit limited stretching. Ligaments that stretch appear yellow, while inelastic ligaments have a white cast.

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