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Anatomy of the Front Limb. Small Animal. Anatomy of the Front Leg. Scapula. Anatomy of the Front Leg. Anatomy of the Front Leg. Scapular Spine. Anatomy of the Front Leg. Acromion. Anatomy of the Front Leg. Anatomy of the Front Leg. Acromion Process. Superglenoid tubercle.

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    1. Anatomy of the Front Limb Small Animal

    2. Anatomy of the Front Leg Scapula

    3. Anatomy of the Front Leg

    4. Anatomy of the Front Leg ScapularSpine

    5. Anatomy of the Front Leg Acromion

    6. Anatomy of the Front Leg

    7. Anatomy of the Front Leg Acromion Process Superglenoid tubercle

    8. Positioning for lateral shoulder

    9. Anatomy of the Front Leg Greater Tubercle Humeral Head Lesser Tubercle

    10. Anatomy of the Front Leg Greater Tubercle Humeral Head Lesser Tubercle

    11. Anatomy of the Front Leg

    12. Anatomy of the Front Leg Contrast Media within the Joint Bicipital Tendon

    13. Anatomy of the Front Leg Bicipital Tendon

    14. Positioning for CC shoulder/scapula

    15. Anatomy of the Front Leg Acromion Superglenoid Tubercle Greater Tubercle

    16. Anatomy of the Front Leg Acromion Superglenoid Tubercle Greater Tubercle

    17. Positioning for lateral

    18. Anatomy of the Front Leg Name this Bone Cranial-Caudal View Lateral View

    19. Anatomy of the Front Leg Humerus Cranial-Caudal View Lateral View

    20. Anatomy of the Front Leg Lateral View

    21. Anatomy of the Front LegFeatures Unique to the Cat Clavicle

    22. Anatomy of the Front LegFeatures Unique to the Cat Large Coracoid Process

    23. Anatomy of the Front LegFeatures Unique to the Cat Suprahamate Process

    24. Anatomy of the Front Leg Nutrient Foramen

    25. Positioning for lateral elbow

    26. Anatomy of the Front Leg Medial Epicondyle of the Humerus

    27. Anatomy of the Front Leg Lateral Epicondyle of the Humerus

    28. Anatomy of the Front Leg Condyles

    29. Positioning for CC view

    30. Anatomy of the Front Leg Medial Humeral Epicondyle

    31. Anatomy of the Front Leg Supratrochlear foramen

    32. Anatomy of the Front Leg Olecranon fossa

    33. Anatomy of the Front Leg Capitulum Articulation with the Radial Head

    34. Anatomy of the Front Leg Trochlea Articulation with the ulna

    35. Anatomy of the Front LegFeatures unique to the Cat Supracondylar Foramen This structure is seen in cats but not dogs

    36. Anatomy of the Front Leg Ulna

    37. Anatomy of the Front Leg Radius

    38. Anatomy of the Front Leg Lateral Aspect Medial Aspect Why ? Trochlea is the shorter articulation Medial condyle is larger Radial head is the larger articulation Medial Coronoid Process

    39. Anatomy of the Front Leg Lateral coronoid is blue Note the position of the medial & lateral coronoid processes Medial coronoid is red

    40. Anatomy of the Front Leg

    41. Anatomy of the Front Leg Lateral coronoid is blue Medial coronoid is red Note the position of the medial & lateral coronoid processes

    42. Anatomy of the Front Leg Lateral coronoid is blue Medial coronoid is red Note the position of the medial & lateral coronoid processes

    43. Anatomy of the Front Leg Radial Head

    44. Anatomy of the Front Leg Anconeal Process

    45. Anatomy of the Front Leg Ununited Anconeal Process

    46. Anatomy of the Front Leg Trochlear notch of the ulna

    47. Anatomy of the Front Leg Olecranon

    48. Anatomy of the Front Leg Radius

    49. Anatomy of the Front Leg Ulna

    50. Anatomy of the Front Leg Lateral styloid process of the ulna