Rapid Evolution

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choose a joint that you would like to change the movement in by rapid evolution. Start by describing the joint movement as it currently exists and the supporting structures that reinforce the joint. Then by your own design, change the movement of the joint by changing bone shape, articular surface and supporting structures to make your joint stable.


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Kishnewt2017
School: Carnegie Mellon University

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Running head: RAPID EVOLUTION

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Rapid Evolution
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RAPID EVOLUTION

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Introduction
Joints in the human body have the responsibility of initiating movements and
making the skeleton stable. The classification of joints is done on the basis of their make-up
and functionality. Various joint types allow the bones constituting the joints to engage in
motion respective to each other in various forms to varied degrees; from free movements to
barely any movements at all. Basically, there exists a link between the joint’s structure and
the extent of motion the specific bones permits. This paper discusses how the movement of
the planar joints can be changed using rapid evolution

Discussion
The planar joints are a type of synovial joints, which usually possess a cavity
between each a...

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