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Veterinary Medical Terminology Chapter 4

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WHAT IS THE THIRD METACARPAL BONE OF THE HORSE CALLED? CANNON BONE
CHESTNUTS ARE USUALLY LOCATED ON WHAT SURFACE OF THE EQUINE LEG? MEDIAL
THE JOINT BETWEEN P2 AND P3 IS CALLED WHAT? COFFIN JOINT
WHERE IS THE CORONARY BAND FOUND ON A HORSE'S HOOF? AT THE JUNCTION BETWEEN THE SKIN AND HORN OF THE HOOF
WHAT BONES FORM THE ELBOW JOINT OF THE HORSE? HUMERUS, RADIUS, AND ULNA
WHAT IS THE NAME OF THE AREA BETWEEN THE PASTERN AND THE CANNON? FETLOCK
WHAT TWO BONES FORM THE FETLOCK JOINT? CANNON BONE AND LONG PASTERN BONE
THE V-SHAPED PAD ON THE VENTRAL SURFACE OF THE HORSE HOOF IS CALLED WHAT? FROG
THE CARPUS IN UNGULATES. KNEE
THE CENTRAL INCISORS OF EQUINES. NIPPERS
WHAT IS THE NAME OF THE AREA ON LARGE ANIMALS WHOSE BOUNDARIES ARE THE TRANSVERSE PROCESSES OF THE LUMBAR VERTEBRAE DORSALLY, THE LAST RIB CRANIALLY, AND THE THIGH MUSCLES CAUDALLY? PARALUMBAR FOSSA
WHAT IS THE AREA OF THE HORSE LIMB THAT IS BETWEEN THE FETLOCK AND THE HOOF CALLED? PASTERN
PHALANGES I AND II, WHICH ARE ALSO P1 AND P2 FORM WHAT JOINT? PASTERN JOINT
WHAT TWO BONES FORM THE SHOULDER? SCAPULA AND HUMERUS
WHAT IS THE NAME OF THE SESAMOID BONE IN THE STIFLE JOINT? PATELLA
WHAT IS THE NAME OF THE AREA FOUND DORSALLY WHERE THE NECK JOINS THE THORAX AND WHERE THE DORSAL MARGINS OF THE SCAPULA LIE JUST BELOW THE SKIN? WITHERS
IN CATTLE, THE LOOSE FOLDS OF SKIN UNDER THE THROAT AND NECK ARE CALLED WHAT? DEWLAP
IN CATTLE, THE PROTRUSION OF THE WING OF THE ILIUM ON THE DORSOLATERAL AREA OF RUMINANTS IS CALLED? HOOKS
IN CATTLE, THE PROTRUSION OF THE ISCHIUM BONES JUST LATERAL TO THE BASE OF THE TAIL IS CALLED? PINS
IN GOATS, THE APPENDAGE THAT HANGS FROM THE HEAD UNDER THE CHIN IS CALLED WHAT? WATTLE
IN SWINE, WHAT IS THE MUSCLE OF THE UPPER THIGH CALLED? HAM
SWINE HAVE AN ACCESSORY CLAW THAT POINTS CAUDALLY FROM THEIR FETLOCK AND IT IS CALLED WHAT? DEWCLAW
IN SWINE, THE FATTY LOOSE SKIN ON THE EXTERNAL THROAT AREA IS CALLED WHAT? JOWL
A HOG NOSE IS CALLED A ? SNOUT
THE EAR FLAP OF A DOG OR CAT IS CALLED A ? PINNA
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