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Ball and Socket Hinge Pivot Gliding?

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The ball and socket hinge pivot gliding is a type of Synovial joint. This type of bone joint allows for radial movement in any direction. The hips and shoulders are the best examples of ball and socket hinge joints.
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The proximal portion is a hinge joint - between the radius/ulna and the first row of carpal bones. The distal portion is a condyloid joint - between the second row of carpal bones
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