Medical Definition of Articulatio sellaris

1. A biaxial synovial joint in which the double motion is effected by the opposition of two surfaces, each of which is concave in one direction and convex in the other; as in the carpometacarpal joint of the thumb. Synonym: articulatio sellaris, articulatio ovoidalis. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Articulatio Sellaris

articulatio humeroradialis
articulatio humeroulnaris
articulatio incudomallearis
articulatio incudostapedia
articulatio lumbosacralis
articulatio mandibularis
articulatio mediocarpea
articulatio ossis pisiformis
articulatio ovoidalis
articulatio plana
articulatio radiocarpea
articulatio radioulnaris distalis
articulatio radioulnaris proximalis
articulatio sacrococcygea
articulatio sacroiliaca
articulatio sellaris (current term)
articulatio simplex
articulatio spheroidea
articulatio sternoclavicularis
articulatio subtalaris
articulatio synovialis
articulatio talocalcaneonavicularis
articulatio talocruralis
articulatio tarsi transversa
articulatio temporomandibularis
articulatio tibiofibularis
articulatio trochoidea
articulation
articulation disorders
articulation of pisiform bone

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