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15 Cards in this Set

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how pigment is produced in the hoof
malanocytes produce melanin near epidermal germ layer covering coronary dermal papilla
cartiliage of distal phalanx
medial/lateral ungual cartilages
The medial/lateral palmar digital arteries and viens, connected by the terminal arch.
blood supply to coronary band
coronary circumclex artery(proximal) and terminal arch (distal) have small branches meeting at the coronary band to form the coronary venous plexus
terminal arch
blood supply/return of circumflex artery of the sole, lamenar arteries, and distal aspect of coronary band
ligaments of the navicular bone
navicular suspensory ligament, attatches along proximal border of distal sesamoid. distal navicuar ligament (impar) (interosseous) attatches distal flexor aspect of DS to proxiomal palmar aspect of P3
tendons of the foot
deep digital flexor tendon inserts at distal palmar aspect of P3; common difital extensor tendon inserts at the extensor process of P1
suspensory ligament
origin: proximal third metacarpal
insertion: proximal sesamoid bones
splits at sesamoids to form extesor processes, wraping around fetlock to join common digital extensor
superficial digital flexor
origin: medial epicondyle of humerus
insertion: distal P1 and proximal P2
deep digital flexor
origin: humerus, radius, ulna
insertion: palmar aspcect P3
common digital extensor
origin: lateral epicondyle of humerus
insertion: dorsal P2 and extensor process of dorsal P3
order of bones top down
scapula, humerus, ulna, radius, carpal
sesamoidian ligaments
oblique: origin: distal aspect of the proximal sesamoids; insertion: proximal P1
straight (superficial): origin: distal aspect of the proximal sesamoids; insertion: proximal P2
tip of ulna
scapula need to know
spine of scapula houses infraspinatious nerve=sweeny disease when parylized