Types of freely moveable joints

V J G F S M B M E J O W H F T Q D Q W
B I R Y X W Q S Q G K D F E P N Q V S
J O I N T M G I J H M G K C C L L H T
G K J A Q A N G I F V C D A K C G Y A
Q S K R P P A N D W O W P S C S M L F
A B A E E M G A S S X W U L J A D Y W
A O O L A E T J D J Q L T V R S C O O
T S V I C S P N N B A S R A Y I T W F
F I B G Q H A H D T J C L D L F E I Y
S I F B I L T E O W T U Y V J T A C X
T W E E L C M E T I P U C X H M H B R
I I H A W B V W U A Q Y N S H L G Q Q
P D B Y G I H T C O A T H F E A E C A
T R F S M U R S T K D D T T C K T L O
A E X I F C J H S E N W J O G Q L N D
U J X D W H F L E X I O N Y A L C F X
F X O C V T G L U L N A O P Y E E W C
U O M C D T G X F S I X A I H P G G Y
E U A U E J P K A B I B R G U J C R F

Clues

  • femur and ? = hip joint (6)
  • femur and ? = knee joint (5)
  • humerus and ? = shoulder joint (7)
  • humerus, radius and ? = elbow joint (4)
  • joint located at the hip and shoulder (4, 3, 6)
  • joint located at the knee, elbow and ankle (5)
  • The place where two or more bones meet (5)
  • tibia, fibula and ? = ankle joint (5)
  • what type of movement beggining with f is possible at both hinge and ball and socket joints? (7)

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