What Do All Biaxial Joints Have in Common?

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Biaxial Joints can only move across one plane thats to say, they have one plane of movement. Having two axes as biaxial polarization or a joint in which there are two principal axes of movement situated at right angles to each other.
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All joints have movement in common.
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