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May 15, 2024

[Answer] 1. Some joints are "fibrous joints" or "fixed joints" that allow very little movement. Where in the adult human body would we find around twenty fixed joints called "sutures"?

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...1. toenails 2. thumb 3. skull 4. shoulder A small bit of movement at the sutures of the adult skull (cranium) allows some "give" to better protect the separate flat bones of the head and keep them from shattering. At birth, these bones are not yet fused, a fact that can be confirmed if you gently touch the fontanelle (soft spot) on the top of an infant's head. This greater flexibility allows the head of a baby to "mold" as it goes safely through the relatively narrow birth canal. Babies are born with around 300 bones (sources variously estimate as few as 270 and as many as 350) and a great deal of flexible cartilage, but by adulthood bones have knit together and hardened, and adult humans have only 206 bones.




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