How are the joints classified based on their structure?
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Joints are classified as follows on the basis of structure:
- Fibrous joints: In these type of joints, bones are united through collagen fibres. e.g. suture joint.
- Cartilaginous joints: In this, bones are united by cartilage. e.g. Hyaline joint.
- Synovial Joints: In this type of joints, the ends of the bones are covered with articular cartilage and enclosed in a capsule that has synovial membrane. e.g. Hinge joint, Pivot joint etc.
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