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Bones of the Foot and Lower Leg

The diagram opposite is of 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:

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Bones of the Hand and Arm

The diagram opposite is of 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.

Specifically, the:

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