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Where are saddle joints found?

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Where are saddle joints found?

Joints:

Joints are the places in the body where two or more bones meet. Most of the joints in the body are synovial joints, meaning the bones do not actually touch but are instead separated by tissues that help them move against or past each other.

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Saddle joints are found in three places in the human body. The first place is at the base of the thumb at the trapeziometacarpal joint. The second is...

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The Six Types of Synovial Joints: Examples & Definition

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