Bones of the Ankle and Foot. Labels: m, metatarsal bones; p, phalanges; ca, os calcis, or heel bone.

Bones of the Ankle and Foot

Bones of the Ankle and Foot. Labels: m, metatarsal bones; p, phalanges; ca, os calcis, or heel bone.

Vertical section of the ankle joint and foot. Labels: 1, tibia; 2, astragalus; 3, os calci; 4, scaphoides; 5, cuneiforme internum; 6, metatarsal bone of the great toe; 7, first phalanx of the great toe; 8, second phalanx of the great toe; 9, articular cavity between the tibia and astragalus; 10, synovial capsule between astragalas and calcis; 11, calcaneo-astragaloid interosseous ligament; 12, synovial capsule between astragalas and scaphoides; 13, calcaneo-scaphoid ligament; 14, calcaneo-cuboid ligament; 15, synovial capsule between scaphoides and cuneiforme internum; 16, synovial capsule between cuneiforme internum and first metatarsal bone; 17, metatarso-phalangeal articulation of the great toe, with sesamoid bones below; 18, phalangeal articulation of the great toe.

Ankle Joint and Foot

Vertical section of the ankle joint and foot. Labels: 1, tibia; 2, astragalus; 3, os calci; 4, scaphoides;…

Coronal section through the ankle joint and the calcaneo-astragaloid articulation.

Coronal Section Through the Ankle Joint

Coronal section through the ankle joint and the calcaneo-astragaloid articulation.

External view of the ankle joint.

External View of the Ankle Joint

External view of the ankle joint.

Internal view of the ankle joint.

Internal View of the Ankle Joint

Internal view of the ankle joint.

The ligaments and hinged joint of the ankle.

Ligaments and Hinge Joint of the Ankle

The ligaments and hinged joint of the ankle.

"A genus of fishes, typical of the family Anomalopidæ: so called from the remarkable structure manifested by a glandular phosphorescent organ below the eye."-Whitney, 1902

Anomalops Palpebratus

"A genus of fishes, typical of the family Anomalopidæ: so called from the remarkable structure…

"Artery in the Front of the Right Leg." — Blaisedell, 1904

Leg artery

"Artery in the Front of the Right Leg." — Blaisedell, 1904

"Bones of fore foot of existing Artiodactyle. Pig (Sus scrofa)." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903

Artiodactyles

"Bones of fore foot of existing Artiodactyle. Pig (Sus scrofa)." —The Encyclopedia Britannica,…

"Bones of fore foot of existing Artiodactyle. Red Deer (Cervus elaphus)." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903

Artiodactyles

"Bones of fore foot of existing Artiodactyle. Red Deer (Cervus elaphus)." —The Encyclopedia Britannica,…

The left astragalus. A. Superior external view. B. Inferior internal view.

Astragalus

The left astragalus. A. Superior external view. B. Inferior internal view.

Right astragalus from above.

Astragalus from Above

Right astragalus from above.

Right astragalus from below.

Astragalus from Below

Right astragalus from below.

"Several Forms of Bivalves. A, Avicula; B, Pectunculus, with extended foot (a); C, Venus, with respiratory siphons (a, b) and extended foot (c); D, Mya truncata, showing respiratory siphons (a, b) and foot (c)." -Vaughan, 1906

Forms of Bivalves

"Several Forms of Bivalves. A, Avicula; B, Pectunculus, with extended foot (a); C, Venus, with respiratory…

"Showing how the circulation of blood in the web of a frog's foot looks as seen under the microscope." — Blaisedell, 1904

Circulation of blood

"Showing how the circulation of blood in the web of a frog's foot looks as seen under the microscope."…

This Egyptian bottle is without a foot and has two rope handles for suspension.

Egyptian Bottle

This Egyptian bottle is without a foot and has two rope handles for suspension.

A footprint of brontozoum giganeum, a now extinct relative of the cassowary. This example is eighteen inches in length, the bird was believed to weigh between four and eight hundred pounds.

Footprint of brontozoum giganteum

A footprint of brontozoum giganeum, a now extinct relative of the cassowary. This example is eighteen…

Right calcaneum from above.

Calcaneum

Right calcaneum from above.

The left calcaneus. A. Posterior external view. B. Anterior internal view.

Calcaneus

The left calcaneus. A. Posterior external view. B. Anterior internal view.

This leg of candelabrum base is an antique design of an animal's foot.

Leg of Candelabrum Base

This leg of candelabrum base is an antique design of an animal's foot.

The paw of a cat.

Cat's Paw

The paw of a cat.

A genus of kingfishers. Characterized by only having three developed toes.

Ceyx

A genus of kingfishers. Characterized by only having three developed toes.

Illustration showing the hand and food of a chimpanzee.

Chimpanzee Hands

Illustration showing the hand and food of a chimpanzee.

An illustration of an eagle's claw.

Eagle Claw

An illustration of an eagle's claw.

"A distortion or twisting of the foot by one or more of its muscles being permanently shortened. It may exist from birth or occur in early childhood after convulsive fits." — Chambers, 1881

Club Foot

"A distortion or twisting of the foot by one or more of its muscles being permanently shortened. It…

Right cuboid. A, inner aspect; B, posterior aspect, outer, and inferior surfaces.

Cuboid

Right cuboid. A, inner aspect; B, posterior aspect, outer, and inferior surfaces.

The left cuboid. A. Anterior internal view. B. Posterior external view.

Cuboid

The left cuboid. A. Anterior internal view. B. Posterior external view.

The foot of a Cuckoo, a bird belonging to the Scansores order. Scansores is an order of birds, popularly known as climbing birds. The most important of the families are the cuckoos, the woodpeckers and wry-necks, the parrots, the toucans, the trogons, the barbets, and the plantain-eaters.

Foot of a Cuckoo

The foot of a Cuckoo, a bird belonging to the Scansores order. Scansores is an order of birds, popularly…

The left internal cuneiform. A. Anterior internal view. B. Posterior external view.

Cuneiform

The left internal cuneiform. A. Anterior internal view. B. Posterior external view.

Right external cuneiform. A, inner aspect; B, outer aspect.

Right External Cuneiform

Right external cuneiform. A, inner aspect; B, outer aspect.

An illustration of a dog with an injured front paw.

Injured Dog

An illustration of a dog with an injured front paw.

The talon of the Golden Eagle.

Eagle Talon

The talon of the Golden Eagle.

Foot of a bald eagle, showing claws for seizing its prey.

Claw of a Bald Eagle

Foot of a bald eagle, showing claws for seizing its prey.

The claw of a golden eagle.

Golden Eagle Claw

The claw of a golden eagle.

"Right fore foot of Indian Elephant. U, ulna; R, radius; c, cunelform; l, lunar; sc, scaphold; u, unciform; m, magnum; td, trapezoid; tm, trapezium; I to V, first to fifth digit." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903

Elephant Foot

"Right fore foot of Indian Elephant. U, ulna; R, radius; c, cunelform; l, lunar; sc, scaphold; u, unciform;…

"Shows how the bones of the arm (q), forearm (q'x), and foot (o), are twisted to form an osseous screw."—Pettigrew, 1875

Anterior Extremity of Elephant

"Shows how the bones of the arm (q), forearm (q'x), and foot (o), are twisted to form an osseous screw."—Pettigrew,…

The claw of a gerfalcon.

Gerfalcon Claw

The claw of a gerfalcon.

Foot of the Peregrine falcon, with talons for grasping prey.

Foot of a Peregrine Falcon

Foot of the Peregrine falcon, with talons for grasping prey.

The bones of the feet.

Bones of the Feet

The bones of the feet.

A fly's foot.

Fly's Foot

A fly's foot.

The part of the leg below the ankle.

Foot

The part of the leg below the ankle.

An illustration of a human foot.

Foot

An illustration of a human foot.

Frontal section of the right ankle and foot. Viewed from in front.

Frontal Section of Foot and Ankle

Frontal section of the right ankle and foot. Viewed from in front.

"The bones are fastened together, kept in place, and their movements limited, by tough and strong bands, or straps, called <em>ligaments</em>, from a word meaning to bind." — Blaisedell, 1904

Ligaments of the Foot and Ankle

"The bones are fastened together, kept in place, and their movements limited, by tough and strong bands,…

Sagittal section of the foot and ankle passing through the great toe.

Sagittal Section of Foot and Ankle

Sagittal section of the foot and ankle passing through the great toe.

This illustration shows a method of applying a bandage to the foot.

Foot Bandage

This illustration shows a method of applying a bandage to the foot.

This illustration shows a method of applying a bandage to the foot.

Foot Bandage

This illustration shows a method of applying a bandage to the foot.

This illustration shows a method of applying a bandage to the foot.

Foot Bandage

This illustration shows a method of applying a bandage to the foot.

The dorsal surface of the bones in the right foot.

Foot Bones

The dorsal surface of the bones in the right foot.

The plantar surface of the bones in the right foot.

Foot Bones

The plantar surface of the bones in the right foot.

Bones of the foot, side view. In this figure the bones of the tarsus extend from the heel to <em>a</em>; the metatarsal bones are at <em>b</em>; and the bones of the toes are at <em>c</em>. In every movement of the foot there is some little motion between all these bones, and it is this that gives ease and grace to its motions.

Side View of the Bone of the Foot

Bones of the foot, side view. In this figure the bones of the tarsus extend from the heel to a;…

The plan of development of the foot.

Foot Development

The plan of development of the foot.

Ligaments on inner aspect of ankle and foot.

Inner Aspect of Foot Ligaments

Ligaments on inner aspect of ankle and foot.

Ligaments on outer aspect of ankle and on dorsum and outer aspects of foot.

Outer Aspect of Foot Ligaments

Ligaments on outer aspect of ankle and on dorsum and outer aspects of foot.

Ligaments on plantar aspect of foot.

Plantar Aspect of Foot Ligaments

Ligaments on plantar aspect of foot.

The internal border of the skeleton of the foot.

Foot Skeleton

The internal border of the skeleton of the foot.

The external border of the skeleton of the foot.

Foot Skeleton

The external border of the skeleton of the foot.

A Roman foot soldier.

Roman foot soldier

A Roman foot soldier.

A bandaged foot.

Bandaged foot

A bandaged foot.

The bones of the foot. Labels: Ca, Calcaneum, or heel bone; Ta, articular surface for tibia on the astragalus; Cb, the cuboid bone

Bones of the Foot

The bones of the foot. Labels: Ca, Calcaneum, or heel bone; Ta, articular surface for tibia on the astragalus;…