large socket of the pelvic bone that forms where where the three bones of the pelvis meet
region of the two bone (radius and ulna) that form the forearm or distal front limb; The region from elbow to wrist
long lateral tarsal bone located in the proximal row of tarsals
wrist; Irregular-shaped bones. In small animals is called carpus, large animals called knee
collar bone; slender bone that connects sternum to the scapula.
between short pastern and coffin bone of equine; joint between P2 and P3
area of the rear limb between the stifle and hock; the leg from the knee to foot
functionless claw projecting caudally from ruminant fetlock
head of the femur connected to femoral neck
the narrow area just below the head of the femur
The proximal bone of the hind or lower limb that is the longest and largest bone in the human body, extends from the hip to the knee
joint between cannon bone and long pastern bone of equine, joint between cannon bone and long pastern bone of equine
large weight bearing bone distal long bone of the rear limb
large animals irregular shaped bones; ankle
the bone of the proximal front limb, between the shoulder and the elbow
largest of the pelvis; pair of blade-shape bone
a structure between bones, such as the muscles between the metacarpals
caudal pair of bones that help make up the pelvis
bones found distal to the carpus identified in numbers from medial to lateral; hand bones
sesamoid bone found in the hoof of a horse on the palmer or planter surface
proximal projection of the ulna that forms a point of the elbow
combining form for claw
dewclaw procedure in cats
joint between the long and short pastern bones; , joint between p1 and p2
large sesamoid bone rear limb; kneecap
hip; bony structure including the ilium, ischium, pubis
bones of the fingers and toes
singular bone of the digit (one finger/toe)
(Phalanx 3 or P3 maybe called claw in nonhooved animals)
sesamoid bone int he rear limb on the caudal surface of the stiffle; region behind the knee
cartilaginous joint at which two pubic bones fuse together
ventral pair of bones that help makes up the pelvis
cranial bone of the front limb
joint between the sacrum and the ilium
large triangular shaped shoulder blade connected to the thorax
Small nodular bones embedded in tendons or a joint capsule. Often found in the hands and feet, the largest is the patella.
two bones on either side of the cannon bone in horses (shin bone)
joint that houses the patella
short the bone in the ankle that articulates with the leg bones to form the ankle joint
small animals irregular shaped bones; ankle
distal long and slender bone of the rear limb
large, flat, broad projections on a femur bone
caudal bone of the front limb
animals with hooves
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