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A multiaxial joint is a type of synovial joint. The x-axial refers to how many planes of the movement the specific joint provides, so in the case of a multiaxial joint, that means it provides movement in many planes of movement (multiaxial usually refers to three, which can then also be stated as triaxial).
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according to this site, yes. http://anatomy.med.umich.edu/musculoskeletal_system/joints_lecture.html
On good authority the best answer to your question is - ball&socket
ball & socket
The knee is the elbow is not
two or more
The three planes are coronal, sagittal, and transverse (you probably knew this already) so a multiaxial joint can move in all three. So to answer the question, it would be thr…ee.
knee and elbow, ankle and wrist, hip and shoulder, intercarpal and interstarsal joints the hip and shoulder ^^ answer
Multiaxial movement is movement that takes place in more than one axis of rotation. Two joints that would exhibit this type of movement are the shoulder joint and the hip …joint.
Ball-and-Socket Joints. Smooth, hemispherical head fits within a cuplike socket. Only mutiaxial joints in the body are the shoulder joint - head of humerus into glenoid cavity… of scapula and the hip joint - head of femur into acetabulum of hip bone.
Yes, a Multiaxial joint is a "ball and socket"
The hip and shoulder.
Shoulder and hip joints