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Equine anatomy - Hindlimb part 1
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Veterinary Medicine
08/27/2011

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Term
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Definition
A - Sacrum
B - Spinal Cord
C - Sacrocaudales
D - Tuber Ischiadicum
E - Pelvic Symphysis
F - Internal Obturator
G - Sartorius
H - Inguinal Ligament
I - Internal Abdominal Oblique
Term
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Definition
A. Aorta
B. Caudal mesenteric artery
C. External iliac artery
D. Pudendoepigastric trunk
E. External pudendal vein
F. Internal iliac artery
G. Umbilical artery
H. Caudal gluteal artery
I. Cranial gluteal artery
J. Obturator artery and nerve
K. Artery of the clitoris
L. Median caudal artery
M. Internal pudendal artery
Term
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Definition
A - Sacrocaudales
B - Medial Iliac Lymph nodes
C - Sacrosciatic ligament
D - Sartorius
E - Edge of internal abdominal oblique
F - Inguinal ligament
Term
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Definition
A. External iliac artery
B. Pudendoepigastric trunk
C. Internal iliac artery
D. Umbilical artery
E. Caudal gluteal artery
F. Cranial gluteal artery
G. Obturator artery and nerve
H. Middle caudal artery
I. Internal pudendal artery
J. Sympathetic trunk
K. Sciatic nerve
Term
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Definition
A - Gracilis
B - Sartorius
C - Stifle Joint
D - Saphenous artery
E - Cranial branch of Saphenous vein
F - Middle dorsal metatarsal vein
G - Dorsal Common Digital vein 1
H - Medial Tarsal branch
I - Subcutaneous Bursa (capped hock)
J - Tibial nerve
K - Caudal branch of saphenous vein
L - Medial saphenous vein

Term
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Definition
A. Pelvic symphysis
B. Internal obturator
C. Inguinal ligament
D. Artery of the clitoris
E. External pudendal vein
F. Internal abdominal oblique
G. Veins draining udder
H. Mamary artery
I. Stifle joint
Term
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Definition
A. Pudendoepigastric trunk
B. Femoral artery
C. Pectineus
D. Femoral triangle
E. Inguinal ligament, reflected
F. Deep inguinal lymph nodes
G. Sartorius
H. Gracilis
I. Medial saphenous vein
J. Femoral fascia, reflected
K. Saphenous artery and nerve
Term
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Definition
A. Sartorius
B. External iliac artery
C. Pudendoepigastric trunk
D. Iliopsoas
E. Femoral nerve
F. Rectus femoris
G. Lateral circumflex femoral artery and vein
H. Vastus medialis
Term
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Definition
A. Pectineus
B. Vastus medialis
C. Saphenous nerve
D. Femoral artery
E. Saphenous artery
F. Medial saphenous vein
Term
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Definition

A. Pelvic symphysis
B. Prepubic tendon
C. Artery of clitoris
D. Pectineus
E. Semimembranosus
F. External pudendal vein
G. Vastus medialis
H. Gracilis
I. Medial saphenous vein
J. Distal stump of sartorius, reflected
Term
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Definition
A. Adductor
B. Pectineus
C. Semimembranosus
D. Medial spahenous vein, cut
E. Vastus medialis
F. Semitendinosus
G. Gracilic, reflected
H. Stump pf sartorius
Term
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Definition

A. Semitendinosus
B. adductor
C. Pectineus
D. Sciatic nerve
E. Vastus medialis
F. Gastrocnemius
G. Gracilis
H. Semimembranosus, reflected
Term
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Definition

A. Branches of obturator artery
B. Branches of deep femoral artery
C. External obturator
D. Femoral nerve
E. Quadratus femoris
F. Pectineus
G. Sciatic nerve
H. Saphenous nerve
I. Femur
J. Semitendinosus
K. Vastus medialis
L. Femoral artery
Term
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Definition
A. sciatic nerve
B. Femur
C. Vastus medialis
D. Caudal femoral artery
E. Semitendinosus
F. Gastrocnemius
G. Adductor
H. Gracilis
I. Semimembranosus
Term
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Definition

A. Prepubic tendon elevated
B. Deep femoral artery
C. External pudendal vein
D. Femoral artery
E. Quadratus femoris
F. Insertion of iliopsoas
G. Sciatic nerve
H. Femur
I. Vastus medialis
J. Semitendinosus
K. Distal stump of pectineus
L. Gastrocnemius
M. Semimemranosus
N. Gracilis
Term
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Definition
A. Proximal stumps of adductor
B. Prepubic tendon, elevated
C. Accessory ligament
D. Proximal stump of pectineus
E. External obturator
F. Semitendinosus
G. Quadratus femoris
H. External pudendal vein joining deep femoral vein
I. Deep femoral artery
J. Sciatic nerve
K. Lesser trochanter
L. Iliopsoas
M. Femoral artery and vein
N. Femur
Term
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Definition

A. Accessory ligament
B. Prepubic tendon, elevated
C. External obturator
D. Iliacus
E. Psoas major
F. Stump of sartorius
G. Insertion of iliopsoas
H. Femoral nerve
I. Rectus femoris
J. Vastus medialis
Term
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Definition
A. Prepubic tendon, elevated
B. Accessory ligament
C. External obturator
D. Quadratus femoris
E. Iliacus
F. Sciatic nerve
G. Insertion of iliopsoas
H. Vastus medialis
Term
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Definition
A - Prepubic Tendon
B - Adductor - proximal stump
C - Pectineus - proximal stump
D - Accessory Ligament
E - External obturator
F - Large synovial bursa or pouch
G - Deep Femoral artery & vein
H - Femur
I - Transverse ligament
J - Iliopsoas - Distal Stump
K - Origin of vastus lateralis
Term
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Definition
A - Iliopubic eminence
B - Ventral Origin of Rectus Femoris
C - Transverse Ligament
D - Accessory Ligament
E - Head of Femur
F - Hip joint, opened
G - Origin of vastus lateralis
H - Femoral nerve
I -
Term
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Definition
A - Quadratus femoris - proximal stump
B - Adductor - Proximal stump
C - Extenal pudendal vein
D - Pouch of hip joint
E - Gemellus
F - Sciatic nerve
G - Distal stump of external obturator
H - Femur
I - Iliopsoas
J - Rectus femoris
Term
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Definition
A. Sciatic nerve
B. Proximal stump of gluteus profundus
C. Iliacofemoral artery and vein
D. Hip joint opened
E. Shaft of ilium
F. Origin of rectus femoris
G. Iliacus
H. Articularis coxae
I. Greater trrochanter
J. Vastus lateralis
K. Superficial part of gluteus medius
L. Trochanteric bursa
Term
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Definition
A. Medial origin of rectus femoris
A’. Lateral origin of rectus femoris
B. Articularis coxae
C. Iliopsoas, reflected
D. Proximal stump of gluteus profundus
E. Iliopubic eminence
F. Proximal stump of gemellus
G. Proximal stump of pectineus
H. Proximal stump of external obturator
I. Branches of obturator artery
J. Proximal stumps of adductor
K. Proximal stump of quadratus femoris
L. Semitendinosus
Term
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Definition
A. Acetabulum
B. Ligament of the head of the femur
C. Labrum acetabulare
D. Acetabular fossa
E. acetabular notch
F. accessory ligament
G. Transverse ligament
H. External pudendal vein
I. Prepubic tendon
Term
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Definition
A - Gluteus Superficialis
B - Greater Trochanter
C - Biceps femoris
D - Superficial fascia
E - Semimembranosus
F - Lateral Cutaneous sural nerve.
G - Stifle joint
H - Deep fascia
I - Vastus lateralis
J - Rectus femoris
Term
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Definition
A. Trochanteric bursa
B. Caudal part of greater trochanter
C. Stump of gluteus superficialis
D. Caudal cutaneous femoral nerve
E. Vastus lateralis
F. Fascia lata
G1. Divisions of biceps femoris:cranial
G2. Middle
G3. Caudal
H. Position of stifle
I. Lateral cutaneous sural nerve
J. Semitendinosus
K. Superficial fascia
L. Fascia lata
Term
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Definition
A. Sciatic nerve
B. Greater trochanter
C. Rectus femoris
D. Gluteus superficialis
E. Muscular branch of sciatic nerve
F. Third trochanter
G. Semitendinosus
H. Vastus lateralis
I. Tibial nerve
J. Politeal nerve
K. Lateral cutaneous sural nerve
L. Caudal cutaneous sural nerve
M. Peroneal nerve
N. Branches of caudal femoral vein
O. Biceps femoris, reflected
P. Superficial crural fascia
Term
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Definition
A. Semitendinosus
B. Popliteal lymph nodes
C. Lateral head of gastrocnemius
D. Peroneal nerve
E. Branches of caudal femoral vein
F. Biceps femoris, reflected cranially
G. Caudal division of biceps femoris
H. Caudal cutaneous sural nerve
I. Lateral saphenous vein
Term
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Definition

A. Gastrocnemius
B. Anastomosis to caudal femoral vein
C1. Caudal branch of medial saphenous vein
C2. Cranial branch of medial saphenous vein
D’ Cutaneous branch of tibial nerve
E1. Lateral plantar nerve
E2. Medial plantar nerve
F. Caudal branch of saphenous artery
G. Anastomosis to caudal tibial artery
Term
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Definition
A1. Bicepd femoris
A2. Biceps femoris
B. Common peroneal nerve
B1. Superficial peroneal nerve
C. Superficial crural fascia
D. Middle crural fascia
E. Deep crural fascia
F. Long digital extensor
G. Lateral digital extensor
H. Vessels to skin
Term
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Definition
A. Lateral cutaneous sural nerve
B1. Biceps femoris, middle division
B2. Biceps femoris, caudal division
C. Common peroneal nerve
C2. Branch to lateral digital extensor
D. Lateral head of gastrocnemius
E. Superficial crural fascia, reflected
F. Middle crural fascia, reflected
G. Deep crural fascia, reflected
H. Soleus
Term
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Definition
A. Superficial peroneal nerve
B. Middle crural fascia, reflected
C. Deep crural fascia, reflected
D. Vessels to skin
E. long digital extensor
F. Lateral digital extensor
G. Deep digital flexor
Term
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Definition
A - Common Peroneal Nerve
B - Gastrocnemius - Lateral Head
C - Muscular branch of common peroneal nerve
D - Tibialis Cranialis
E - Deep Peroneal Nerve
Term
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Definition
A - Tibials Cranialis
B - Deep Peroneal nerve
C - Long Digital Extensor
D - Deep Crural Fascia
E - Lateral Digital extensor
F - Caudal Cutaneous sural nerve
G - Lateral Saphenous vein
H - Superficial peroneal nerve
Term
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Definition
A. Semitendinosus
A’. Tarsal tendon of semitendinosus
A’’. Tibial tendon of semitendinosus
B. Adductor
C. Sartorius
D. Femoral artery
E. Gastrocnemius
F. Semimembranosus
Term
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Definition
A. Semitendinosus
A’. Tarsal tendon of semitendinosus
A’’. Tibial tendon of semitendinosus
B. Gastrocnemius
C. Semimembranosus, reflected
D. Gracilis, reflected
E. Tibial nerve
F1. Caudal branch of medial saphenous vein
F2. Cranial branch of medial saphenous vein
G. Point of hock
Term
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Definition

A. Biceps femoris
B. Pectineus
C. Sartorius
D. Tibial nerve
E. Femoral artery
E’. Branches of caudal femoral vein
F. Caudal femoral artery
G. popliteal lymph nodes
H. Gastrocnemius. Medial head
I. Semimembranosus
J. Semitendinosus
J’ Tarsal tendon of semitendinosus
J’’ Tibial tendon of semitendinosus
Term
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Definition

A. Biceps femoris
B. Pectineus
C. Sartorius
D. Common peroneal nerbe
E. Tibial nerve
E’. Muscular branches of tibial nerve
F. Femoral artery
G. Caudal femoral artery
H. Popliteal artery
I. Popliteal lymph nodes
J. Medial head of gastrocnemius, reflected
K. Anastomosis from caudal femoral
Artery and vein to saphenous artery and vein
L. Popliteus
M. Semimembranosus
Term
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Definition
A. Medial head of gastrocnemius, reflected
B. Anastomosis from caudal femoral artery and vein to saphenous artery and vein
C. Popliteus
D. Semimembranosus
E. Tibial nerve
E’. Muscular branches of tibial nerve
F. Superficial digital flexor
G. Semitendinosus
Term
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Definition

A. Biceps femoris
B. Long digital extensor
C. Soleus
D. Superficial peroneal nerve
E. Lateral digital extensor
F. Deep crural fascia
G. Middle crural fascia
H. Point of hock
I. Lateral extensor retinaculum
J. Tendon sheath, opened
Term
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Definition
A. Long digital extensor
B. Lateral digital extensor
C. Superficial peroneal nerve
D. Proximal extensor retinaculum
E. Middle extensor retinaculum
F. Distal extensor retinaculum
G. Lateral extensor retinaculum
H. Point of hock
I. Tendon sheath, opened and probe inserted
Term
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Definition
A. Long digital extensor, proximal stump
B. Distal pouch of lateral femorotibial
C. Cranial tibial
D. Deep peroneal
E. Peroneus tertius
F. Superficial peroneal nerve
G. Lateral digital extensor
Term
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Definition
A. Peroneus tertius
B. Deep peroneal nerve
C. Lateral digital extensor
D. Point of hock
E. Proximal extensor retinaculum
F. Cranial tibial artery and vein
G. Middle extensor retinaculum
H. Long digital extensor, distal stump
Term
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Definition
A. Tibia
A’. Medial malleolus
B. Calcaneus
B’. Tuber calcanei
B’’. Groove for deep digital flexor tendon
B’’’. Sustentaculum tali
C. Talus
C’. Proximal tubercle
C’’. Trochlea
C’’’. Distal tubercle
D. T4
E. Tc
F. T1+2
G. –
H. Mt2
I. Mt3
I’. Tuberosity
X. T3
Term
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Definition
A. Tibia
B. Calcaneus
B’. Tuber calcanei
B’’. Groove for deep digital flexor tendon
B’’’. Sustentaculum tali
C. Talus
C’. Proximal tubercle
C’’. Trochlea
C’’’. Distal tubercle
Term
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Definition

A. Tibia
A’. Medial malleolus
A’’. Lateral malleolus
B. Talus
B’ Talus
B’’. Distal tubercle
C. Tc
D. T4
E. T3
F. Third metatarsal
F’ Tuberosity
Term
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Definition

A. Tibia
A’. Lateral malleolus
A’’. Groove for lateral digital extensor
B. Calcaneus
B’. Tuber calcanei
C. Talus
C’. Trochlea
C’’. Fossa for lateral collateral ligament
D. Tc
E. T3
F. T4
G. Tarsal canal
H. Third metatarsal
H’. Groove for dorsal metatarsal artery
I. Fourth metatarsal
Term
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Definition

A. Tibia
A’. Lateral malleolus
A’’. Medial malleolus
B. Calcaneus
B’. Tuber calcanei
B’’. Sustentaculum tali
B’’’. Groove for deep digital flexor tendon
C. Talus
C’. Proximal tubercle
C’’. Distal tubercle
D. T4
E. Tc
F. T1+2
G. Mt4
H. Mt3
I. Mt2
Term
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Definition
A. Tarsal canal
B. Third metatarsal
B’. Groove for dorsal metatarsal artery
C. Fourth metatarsal
C’. Palpable distal end of Mt4
Term
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Definition

A. Tarsal canal
B. Fourth metatarsal
B’. Palpable distal end of Mt4
C. Second metatarsal
C’ Palpable distal end of Mt2
D. Third metatarsal
Term
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Definition
A. Tarsal canal
B. Fourth metatarsal
C. Third metatarsal
D. Second metatarsal
Term
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Definition
A. Proximal extensor retinaculum
B. Middle extensor retinaculum
C. Distal extensor retinaculum
D. Cranial tibial vein
E. Dorsal common digital vein II from cranial branch of the medial saphenous vein
F. Middle dorsal metatarsal vein
G. Long digital extensor tendon
Term
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Definition
A. Peroneus tertius
A’. Dorsal branch of peroneus tertius tendon
B. Tibialis cranialis
B’. Medial branch of cranial tibial tendon, cut and reflected laterally
B’’. Dorsal branch of peroneus tertius tendon
B’’’. Subtendinous bursa of cranial tibial tendon
C. Dorsal common digital vein II
D. Cranial tibial vein
E. Medial collateral ligament
Term
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Definition
A - Deep Peroneal Nerve
B - Proximal extensor retinaculum
C - Cranial tibial vein
D - Superficial peroneal nerve
E - Cranial tibial artery
F - Deep peroneal nerve (continued)
G - Lateral branch of peroneus tertius
H - Peroneus tertius
Term
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Definition
A - Deep Peroneal nerve
B - Middle extensor retinaculum
C - Medial branch of deep peroneal nerve
D - Digital extensor retinaculum
E - Extensor Brevis
F - Long digital extensor
G - Lateral branch of deep peroneal nerve
H - Dorsal metatarsal artery
I - Perforating tarsal artery
J - Medial branch of tibialis cranialis
Term
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Definition
A - Common peroneal nerve
B - Biceps femoris
C - Lateral digital extensor
D - Soleus
E - Fibula
F - Cranial tibial artery & vein
G - Deep digital flexor
H - Tibialis cranialis
I - Peroneus teritus
J - Long digital extensor
K - Lateral collateral ligament of stifle
Term
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Definition
A - Semitendinosus
B - Tarsal tendon
C - Tibial nerve
D - Tarsal tendon (joining gastrocnemius)
E - Tarsal tendon (joining superficial flexor tendon)
F - Medial saphenous vein, caudal branch
G - tuber calcanei
H - Semitendinous bursa
I - Tendon of superficial digital flexor
J - Tendon of gastrocnemius
K - Gastrocnemius
Term
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Definition
A - Tendon of gastrocnemius
B - Tendon of superficial digital flexor
C - Subtendinous bursa
D - Tuber calcanei
E - Tibial nerve
F - Medial saphenous vein, caudal branch
G - Tarsal tendon (joining superficial flexor)
H - Tarsal tendon (joining gastrocnemius)
Term
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Definition

A. Medial head of deep digital flexor, proximal stump
A’. Medial head of deep digital flexor, distal stump
B. Medial saphenous vein
C. Caudal tibial artery and vein
D. Saphenous artery
E. Anastomosis between caudal tibial and saphenous arteries
Term
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Definition

A. Medial (deep) digital flexor, proximal stump
A’. Medial (deep) digital flexor , distal stump
B. Medial saphenous vein
B’. Cranial branch of medial saphenous vein
B’’. Caudal branch of medial saphenous vein
C,D not shown
E. Tibial nerve
F. Gastrocnemius, cut
G. Superficial digital flexor tendon, cut and reflected
H. Lateral (deep) digital flexor
I. Deep crural fascia
X. Caudal tibial vein and artery