Dogs' legs are comprised of bones, muscles, ligaments and tendons. The anatomy of a dog's hind leg and foreleg differs just as a human arm and leg differ, according to For Dummies. More »

Information on leg tendons can be gleaned from medical websites such as emedicinehealth.com or books such as Gray's Anatomy, which can be read online at Bartleby.com. Lower limb tendons include patellar tendons and Achil... More »

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Different ways to study the bones of the leg are based on the depth of knowledge required and the technique that best matches a person's learning style, but can include flashcards, games, study groups and songs. A combin... More »

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Parts of the human leg are bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves and blood vessels. The bones of the leg, from top to bottom, are the femur, a long bone with a ball-shaped head that fits into the socket of the hip b... More »

A human foot has many structures, including bones, joints, nerves, blood vessel, muscles, ligaments and tendons. It has three sections, the forefoot, the midfoot and the hindfoot. More »

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The anatomy of the wrist consists of eight carpal bones, connecting to the ulna and radius at the proximal end and five metacarpal bones at the distal end, and a complex network of overlapping muscles, ligaments, tendons... More »

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Muscles and bones work together in tandem meaning that the muscles attach to tendons and ligaments and the tendons and ligaments attach to bones. The muscles pull the bones, causing movement. The movements that the muscl... More »