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Synonyms for diarthrosis

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Biomechanics of diarthrodial joints: a review of twenty years of progress.
Articular cartilage provides a smooth, low-friction surface to diarthrodial joints, which allows a smooth gliding movement and serves to transmit loads across the joint and to dissipate peak stresses on the underlying subchondral bone.
The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is a bilateral diarthrodial joint of the jaws in the human skeleton.
This hunter-gatherer patterning is distinguished from more recent Americans, who display the highest prevalences in the hip and shoulder with the elbow least affected of the diarthrodial joints (Jurmain 1977).
The AC joint is a diarthrodial joint with an intra-articular meniscus and a surrounding joint capsule.