Friday, August 13, 2010


Bones unite with one another in various ways. Certain of these unions are "locked" joints; some manifest only a passive movement; and others are so devised that their parts may glide with great freedom upon each other.

Excerpt from:
Atlas of Human Anatomy for the Artist.
Stephen Rogers Peck.
Pages 4-5.
NY: Oxford University Press, 1982.
ISBN: 0-19-503095-8.

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