Skeleton Foot

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The skeleton of the foot from behind forward is composed of the following bones: Tarsals. Metatarsals. Phalanges.

Identification of bones in the skeleton of the foot: Calcaneus (heel bone) is the largest and most proximal bone. Talus is the 2nd largest bone and is located above the calcaneus like a rider, therefore maximum bone in the skeleton of foot. Navicular is boat-shaped and is located in front of the head of talus. Cuboid is cubical in…

Easy Notes On 【Skeleton of the Foot】Learn in Just 6 Minutes! – Earth’s Lab The skeleton of the foot from behind forward is composed of the following bones: Tarsals. Metatarsals. Phalanges. All these are short bones which collectively create tarsus. These arearranged in 3 rows: (a) Proximal row includes talus and calcaneus.

Skeleton Foot



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