metatarsal and metacarpal bones

metatarsal and metacarpal bones

metatarzalne i metakarpalne kosti

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  • metatarsal — metatarsally, adv. /met euh tahr seuhl/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to the metatarsus. n. 2. a bone in the metatarsus. [1730 40; META + TARSAL] * * * ▪ bone       any of several tubular bones between the ankle (tarsal) bones and each of the… …   Universalium

  • metacarpal — /met euh kahr peuhl/, adj. Anat. 1. of or pertaining to the metacarpus. n. 2. a metacarpal bone. [1730 40; META + CARPAL] * * * ▪ bone       any of several tubular bones between the wrist (carpal) bones and each of the forelimb digits in land… …   Universalium

  • Transverse metatarsal ligament — Latin ligamentum metatarsale transversum Gray s subject #98 359 The transverse metatarsal ligament is a narrow band which runs across and connects together the heads of all the metatarsal bones; it is blended anteriorly with the plantar (glenoid) …   Wikipedia

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