Two bones come together at a joint or articulation. There are many different types of joints such as the "hinge" joint, the "ball and socket" joint, the "ellipsoid" joint, and more. Prominent joints on the human body include elbows and knees.
Bones come together at the joints!
The common name for a place where two or more bones come together is a joint. In medical terms, it may be called a joint or an articulation.
The place where two bones are connected together is a joint
A joint is the place where two bones come together. A fracture is a break in the bone.
The bones in the skull and the bones in the sacrum come to mind . . .
The Joints , It where they come together to make you NOT a blob .
Where two bones come together or "join" is called a "joint".
the 8 cranial bones
joints or articulations
babes have 300 bones and we have 206 thats weird no its not its cool babes have more bones because there bones have not come together yet havnt you notice that babes have soft spots in there heads. Will because there bones havnt come together (YET)
Bones are attached by ligaments ...Bones are attached by ligaments ... held in place by joints ...ANS2:Ligaments hold most joints together. Bones that don't move, like the bones of the skull are held together by what are called "sutures".
Two joints would never come together in a normal body. Two bones come together in a joint.
When two or more bones come together , it is called a joint .For example elbow joint between humerus on one side while radius and ulna on other .
Nope, a joint is where two bones come together, or articulate. So there are at least two bones for every joint.
A convergent boundary is the place where two plates come together.Convergent boundary
A dislocation is when two joint bones become separated.
A joint is where any two bones in the body come together or articulate.
when you are born you have around 300 or 350. But when you are an adult you have 206. so your bones fuse (come) together and you lose 94 bones. But you don't exactly lose bones they just come together. And i would think an 11 year old would have about close to 300 but not to close.
The tough band of tissue that holds the bones together are called ligaments.
Cartliage and your bones keep your bones from rubbing together.