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*  Transverse tarsal joint
The transverse tarsal joint or midtarsal joint or Chopart's joint is formed by the articulation of the calcaneus with the ... the talocalcaneonavicular joint). The movement which takes place in this joint is more extensive than that in the other tarsal ... The term Chopart's joint is named after the French surgeon François Chopart. This article incorporates text in the public ... joints, and consists of a sort of rotation by means of which the foot may be slightly flexed or extended, the sole being at the ...
*  Hexadactilia trilobata
... tarsal joints slightly thickened with scales apically. Forewing long, slender, cleft from about 1/2, second segment again cleft ... wingspan male 15 mm) Labial palpi long, semi-erect; second joint slightly dilated apically, light fuscous annulated with darker ... third joint rather over half-length of second, smoothly scaled, dark-fuscous. Antennae dark-fuscous, dotted with whitish above ... tarsus narrowly banded with white at joints. Midleg long, slender, tawny-fuscous: tibia with scale-tufts at 3/5 and apex, the ...
*  Red-kneed dotterel
Upper leg, including tarsal joint or "knee", red. Bill red with dark tip. The red-kneed dotterel is native to mainland ...
*  Eschata
Tibia and tarsal joints fringed with long hairs. Forewings with vein 3 from before the angle of cell. Vein 7 from cell, ...
*  Pyronia
Male forelegs exhibit 2 tarsal joints, while female forelegs have 4. Listed alphabetically: Pyronia bathseba (Fabricius, 1793 ...
*  List of movements of the human body
Inversion occurs at the subtalar joint and transverse tarsal joint. Eversion of the foot occurs at the subtalar joint. The ... Certain movements, such as of the carpal bones of the hand or the tarsal bones of the foot, are difficult to classify. In most ... Boone, Donna C.; Azen, Stanley P. (July 1979). "Normal range of motion of joints in male subjects". The Journal of Bone and ... Roaas, Asbjørn; Andersson, Gunnar B. J. (1982). "Normal Range of Motion of the Hip, Knee and Ankle Joints in Male Subjects, 30- ...
*  Bird anatomy
They are found mainly on the toes and tarsi (lower leg of birds), usually up to the tibio-tarsal joint, but may be found ... The hind limb has an intra-tarsal joint found also in some reptiles. There is extensive fusion of the trunk vertebrae as well ... At the knee joint, the femur connects to the tibiotarsus (shin) and fibula (side of lower leg). The tarsometatarsus forms the ... Holliday, Casey M.; Witmer, Lawrence M. "Cranial kinesis in dinosaurs: intracranial joints, protractor muscles, and their ...
*  Ramanella variegata
The tibio-tarsal joint reaches shoulder when the hind leg is held along the body. They breed during the rainy season (April- ...
*  François Chopart
"Chopart's joint" or the transverse tarsal joint: Articulation between the hindfoot and the midfoot. In 1795 François Chopart ... "Chopart's fracture-dislocation": Dislocation of the foot through the talonavicular and calcaneocuboid joints along with ... Separation of the forefoot at the midtarsal joint. " ...
*  Bone spavin
Unlike other joints, the drugs can be repeatedly injected into the lower tarsal joints as needed. Again, it is important to ... Fusion of the joint with bone may end the lameness, as the joint has then become stable. However, this may take several years, ... The veterinarian may also inject a caustic agent into the joint to destroy the cartilage, as opposed to drilling the joint. ... Bone spavin is osteoarthritis, or the final phase of degenerative joint disease (DJD), in the lower three hock joints. It ...
*  Olduvai Hominid 8
This may be looked upon as a missing link in terms of mid-tarsal joint function. Later fossil finds, as exemplified by the so- ...
*  Caddisfly
Each of the usually ten abdominal segments bears a pair of legs with a single tarsal joint. In case-bearing species, the first ... lower leg joints). Adults are nocturnal and are attracted to light. Some species are strong fliers and can disperse to new ...
*  Deuterocopus atrapex
... tarsal joints with very small apical whorls of spinous hairs, these whorls decreasing in size on successive tarsal joints, ... first tarsal joint incrassated apically with short divergent posteriorly-projecting spinous hairs. Hindleg bright golden- ... dark-ferruginous at apex of first joint and beyond 1/2 of third joint. Midleg ferruginous: tibia with a large apical tuft of ... wingspan male 13 mm) Palpi erect, smoothly-scaled, sickle-shaped, reaching vertex; third joint about one-half length of second ...
*  Eurasian bittern
The legs and feet are greenish, with some yellow on the tarsal joint and yellow soles to the feet. Juveniles have similar ...
*  Glossary of equestrian terms
Hock The tarsal joint of the equine hind leg, located midway between the horse's body and the ground. Anatomically corresponds ... solid or jointed. Term sometimes is incorrectly used to refer to a curb bit with a jointed mouthpiece. (Compare to curb bit, ... Knee The joint of a horse's front leg between the cannon and the forearm. Anatomically equivalent to the human wrist. Laminitis ... The most common style of snaffle bit has a jointed mouthpiece, but the term refers to a direct pressure bit with any type of ...
*  Hulodes
Male with tibia, first tarsal joint of mid legs and all joints of hind legs are fringed with long hair. Fore wings with arched ... Palpi with second joint reaching vertex of head, and third joint minute in male and moderate length in female. Antennae simple ...
*  Intertarsal joints
The intertarsal joint are the joints of the tarsal bones in the foot. There are seven specific inter tarsal joints ( ... joint Talocalcaneonavicular joint Calcaneocuboid joint Cuneonavicular joint Cuboideonavicular joint Intercuneiform joints. ...
*  Deep peroneal nerve
... which supply the tarsal joints and the metatarsophalangeal joints of the second, third, and fourth toes. The first of these ... and an articular branch to the ankle-joint. After its bifurcation past the ankle joint, the lateral branch of the deep peroneal ... Before it divides it gives off to the first space an interosseous branch which supplies the metatarsophalangeal joint of the ... It runs with the lateral tarsal artery. In the leg, the deep peroneal nerve supplies muscular branches to the anterior ...
*  Mušḫuššu
But the tarsal joint is not that of a bird but of a quadruped, and the metatarsals are not anchylosed, or only very slightly at ...
*  Crowned eagle
... they soon get spots on the front part of the tibio tarsal joint. The tibio tarsal pad is still bare and obvious up until it is ...
*  Splints
They narrow as they go from the carpal or tarsal joint down, and form a "button" at the bottom or their length, a few inches ...
*  Raccoon dog
... amounting to less than 1/3 of the animal's total length and hangs below the tarsal joints without touching the ground. The ears ...
*  List of MeSH codes (A02)
... tarsal joints MeSH A02.835.583.378.831.780 --- subtalar joint MeSH A02.835.583.378.900 --- toe joint MeSH A02.835.583.405 --- ... hand joints MeSH A02.835.583.405.174 --- carpal joints MeSH A02.835.583.405.350 --- finger joint MeSH A02.835.583.405.500 --- ... elbow joint MeSH A02.835.583.378 --- foot joints MeSH A02.835.583.378.062 --- ankle joint MeSH A02.835.583.378.531 --- ... acromioclavicular joint MeSH A02.835.583.097 --- atlanto-axial joint MeSH A02.835.583.101 --- atlanto-occipital joint MeSH ...
*  Secretarybird
The neck is not especially long, and can only be lowered down to the inter-tarsal joint, so birds reaching down to the ground ...
*  Sapeornis
... the fibula was long and reached the distal point of the tarsal joint, not reduced as in more modern birds (and some non-avian ...