Skeletal Structures (Limbs)

These simple labelled diagrams of the bones of the lower legs and feet and the bones of the arms and hands are suitable for introductory courses in various health science subjects such as first-level reflexology.

Bones of the Foot and Lower Leg

This diagram shows the skeletal structure of the leg (anterior view) and foot (dorsal view).

The bones and features labelled are the femur, patella, fibula, tibia, the seven tarsal bones, the five metatarsal bones and the fourteen phalanges.

Specifically, the:

Fibula Bone Femur Bone Fibula Bone Fibula Bone Tibia Bone Patella (Kneecap) Bone Femur Bone Femur Bone Patella (Kneecap) Bone Tibia Bone Tibia Bone Patella (Kneecap) Bone Femur Bone Fibula Bone Tibia Bone Fibula Bone Tibia Bone Metatarsal Bones Tarsal Bones Phalanges Fibula Bone Tibia Bone Tarsal Bones Fibula Bone Tibia Bone Metatarsal Bones Tarsal Bones Phalanges Tibia Bone Metatarsal Bones Tarsal Bones Phalanges Metatarsal Bones Tarsal Bones Phalanges

Bones of the Hand and Arm

This diagram shows the skeletal structure of the arm and hand (dorsal view).

The bones and features labelled are the humerus, radius, ulna, the eight carpal bones, the five metacarpal bones and the fourteen phalanges.

Humerus Bone Humerus Bone Humerus Bone Ulna Bone Humerus Bone Humerus Bone Ulna Bone Ulna Bone Radius Bone Radius Bone Ulna Bone Phalanges Metacarpal Bones Carpal Bones Radius Bone Phalanges Metacarpal Bones Carpal Bones Ulna Bone Radius Bone Phalanges Metacarpal Bones Carpal Bones Carpal Bones Metacarpal Bones Phalanges Carpal Bones Metacarpal Bones Phalanges

Specifically, the:

See also diagram of the human skeleton and how many bones are in the human body ?

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