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Freely Movable Joints

oints are the areas in the body where two or more bones meet, keeping the skeleton together and helping to allow movement. They are configured to be supple but stable, consisting of cartilage (tissue that covers the bone), synovial membrane (which lubricates and encapsulates the joint), ligaments (tissues that connect bone to bone), tendons (tissues that connect muscle to bone) and bursas

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