Condyoid Joint





Condyloid Joint: Also called an ellipsoidal joint, ovoid, or condylar joint, a bi-axial diarthrodial or synovial joint were one oval-shaped articulating surface (a condyle), fits into a corresponding ovoid depression in the other articulating surface. Movement is possible in two planes and includes flexion, extension, abduction, adduction and circumduction, but not rotation. See the diarthrodial article for examples and other types of joints.

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