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By William Rice Ballou
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METACARPO-PHALANGEAL. Ginglymus between end of metacarpal bone and phalanx, with the two upper sesamoids. joint first Ligaments. Inter-sesamoid, between two sesamoids. Lateral sesamoid, between sides of sesamoids and upper extremity of first phalanx. Inferior sesamoid, of three fasciculi, from posterior surface of first phalanx to sesamoids. External and internal lateral, from metacarpal to sides of first phalanx. Anterior, between anterior surfaces of both bones. Posterior or suspensory ligament of the fetlock, from first and second bone of inferior carpal row and posterior face of principal metacarpal to top of sesamoids, divides into two fasciculi which pass forward and are inserted into the anterior extensor of the phalanges.
Origin, No bone attachment and other muscles in vicinity. 'tion. x\bout oral orifice. Action To close oral orifice. Ner-ve. ; confounded with buccinator Facial. BUCCINATOR. — Origin. Maxillary tuberosity, above posterior three molar teeth of superior maxilla and from inferior maxilla, behind last molar. Insertion. Into orbicularis. Action. Compresses cheeks. Nerve. Buccal, from fifth. — — — ZYGOMATICO-LABIALIS. — From outer surface of masseteric — On surface of buccinator. Action — Retraction of Nerve.
Scapula, radius and ulna. THE FOREARM. This consists of two bones, the radius one at and ulna, united into an early age. THE RADIUS. The I'adius is a long bone and below with the carpus. w^ internal border, thick and rounded. anterior surface, smooth and convex. A posterior surface, concave, with a rough, triangular surface from the upper to the lower fourth, for attachment of the interosseous ligament ; above, a transverse groove, to form the radioulnar arch, a rough spot at its inferior third.
A compend of equine anatomy and physiology. by William Rice Ballou