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Alright guys, the most important things to know are the different joint classifications.
For example, know the functional and structural classifications, and examples of each. Also know the sub types of synovial joints (pivot, condylar, saddle, ball and socket) and examples of each. Also know which joints are uniaxial, biaxial, and multiaxial and how this relates to degrees of freedom.
Know what motions occur in each plane
Know the difference between OA, RA, and Gouty Arthritis. Also know who would be more likely to present with these diseases
What is the purpose of bursae and tendon sheaths?
What is the purpose of all of the different synovial joint structures (synovial membrane, articular cartilage, ligaments, etc)
What is the primary contributor to shoulder stability?
Which joints are more likely to dislocate?
In what position are the ligaments of the knee and hip tightest?