A compend of equine anatomy and physiology. by William Rice Ballou

By William Rice Ballou

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THE FIRST PHALANX (OR PASTERN BONE). T\i^ first phalanx lies between the principal metacarpal and the second phalanx, and has a shaft and two extremities. The shaft has an anterior convex stirface, a posterior, flattened and rough, and two thick borders. The tipper extremity has two articular depressions, separated by a ridge. The and inferior extremity has two condyles, separated two Hgamentous depressions. by a groove laterally SECOND PHALANX (OR OS CORON/E). The second phalanx is a short bone with two articular depressions above, two articular processes below, an anterior face with imprints, and a posterior face with a transverse gliding surface.

Temporo-maxillary and S. dentata. Intra-parietal suture. S. serrata. Inter-frontal suture. parietal suture. sa. -5. suture. S. suture. S. vertebrge, sacro-iliac joints. joints. joints. joints. joint. rotatoria. knee-joints. Structures entering into joints are Articular lamellae of bone, ligaments, cartilage, fibro- cartilage, synovial membrane and synovia. Movements of joints Flexion, extension, areabduction, internal rotation, circumduction adduction, and external rotation, gliding. Articulations of vertebral column 1.

Origin. — Outer surface of super-maxillary and malar bones. —With opposite of upper hp. Action. — Raises upper or one Nerve. — Nerve. Facial. Insertion. into fascia lip, Facial, singly carries it to side, EQUINE ANATOMY. 52 SUPER-MAXILLO-NASALIS MAGNUS. — Below ridge on superior maxilla. — Skin of external wing of Action. — Dilates anterior nares. Nerve. — Origin. nostril. Insertion. Facial. Fig. SUPERFICIAL MUSCLES OF 5. THE FACE AND HEAD. Temporo-auricularis externus, or attoUens maximus; 2, Levator palpebrae, or corrugalor supercilii; 3, Temporo-auricularis internus, or attollens posterior; 4, 5, Zygotnaticoauricularis, or attollens anterior; 6.

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