Types of freely moveable joints

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

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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