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Ball and socket joint:

Ball-and-socket joints form the hip and shoulder and permit a wider range of movement, as the rounded head of the bone fits into a hollow socket.

Allow movement in all planes, even rotational movement.

Examples: Joint between the femur and the coxal bone and between the humerus and the pectoral girdle

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