14 terms

Arthrology (Equine)

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Temporo-mandibular joint
Jaw, mandibular fossa and condylar process
Atlanto-occipital
"Yes" movement, atlas and occipital condyles of occipital bone
Atlanto-axial
"No" movement, atlas and axial vertebrae
Costo-vertebral
Transverse process of vertebral body with tubercle of the rib
Scapulo-humeral
Shoulder joint, glenoid cavity of scapula with head of humerus
a.Humero-radial b.Humero-ulnar
Make up joints of elbow, a. condyle of humerus and proximal end of radius, b. olecranon fossa of humerus and anconeal process of ulna (trochlear notch of ulna/radius)
Carpus
Called "knee" in horse but not true knee, equivalent of wrist in humans, made up of radio-carpal, ulno-carpal (not in livestock) and middle-carpal joints and carpo-metacarpal -- basically distal end of radius and proximal row of carpus and then distal row of carpus w proximal metacarpus
Metacarpo-phalangeal
"Fetlock", "Cannon bone and long pastern" (1st phalanx)
Proximal Interphalangeal
Pastern in horse, long and short pastern
Distal Interphalangeal
Short pastern articulates with coffin bone (2nd and 3rd phalank)
Coxo-femoral
Hip, acetabulum of os coxae with head of femur
Femoral-crural in Horse
Stifle, true-knee. Intercondylar foss of femur with intercondylar eminence of tibia
Tarsus
"Hock," Tarso-crural (distal dibia, proximal row of tarsals), Proximal intertarsal (proximal row and central tarsal), Distal intertarsal (central tarsal and distal tarsal row), Tarso-metatarsal (distal row of tarsals and proximal end of metatarsals)
Metatarso-phalangeal
Fetlock in horse (metatarsal and long pastern(#1 phalanx)