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Foot Anatomy

26 bones

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How many bones are in the foot? 26
What are the toes called? phalanges
how many phalanges does each toe have? 3 except for the great toe, which has 2
What are the names of the tarsal bones? Talus, Calcaneus, Navicular, Medial Cuneiform, Intermediate Cuneiform, Lateral Cuneiform, & Cuboid
What is the joint between the Tarsals and the Metatarsals called? TMT - Tarsal Metatarsal Joint
IP Joints is what and where? Interphalangeal joint and is between the phalanges
The name if the joints between the tarsals IT - intertarsal joints
What are the routine views of the foot? AP Axial, Oblique and Lateral
What is that angle and direction of the tube for the Axial projection? 10 degrees cephalic
Toes are also known as Pedal Digits
the heel is also - calcaneus
The Talus is the ankle bone, and articulates with the Tibia and the Fibula
Navicular bone is also called Scaphoid
Created by: pjmudry