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tibia
97%
olecranon
44.6%
Humerus
32.7%
Femur
28.7%
knee
26.7%
one
25.7%
hock
25.7%
three
24.8%
two
23.8%
radial carpal
22.8%
stifle
21.8%
femoral nerve
20.8%
femoral
20.8%
femoral
20.8%
ulnar carpal
19.8%
accessory carpal
19.8%
obturator
19.8%
obturator
19.8%
Eight
18.8%
III and IV
18.8%
hip
18.8%
sciatic
18.8%
sciatic
18.8%
intermediate carpal
16.8%
7
15.8%
deep gluteal
15.8%
tibial
15.8%
tibial
15.8%
P2
14.9%
four
14.9%
superficial gluteal
14.9%
middle gluteal
14.9%
rectus femoris
14.9%
pectineus
14.9%
sartorius
14.9%
Not necessarily, if the femoral is intact then it may support weight, but it will be largely incapable
14.9%
semitendinosus
13.9%
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medial
13.9%
biceps femoris
12.9%
popliteal artery
12.9%
Talus and calcaneus
11.9%
fourth tarsal
11.9%
distal interphalangeal
11.9%
unguligrade
11.9%
caudal gluteal nerve
11.9%
Saphenous nerve
11.9%
saphenous
11.9%
gastrocnemius
11.9%
gastrocnemius
11.9%
proximal interphalangeal
10.9%
iliopsoas
9.9%
Popliteal lymph node
9.9%
semimembranosus
9.9%
quadriceps femoris
9.9%
patellar
9.9%
quadriceps femoris
9.9%
lateral
9.9%
carpometacarpal articulation
8.9%
cranial gluteal nerve
8.9%
vastus intermedius
8.9%
horse
8.9%
two, five
7.9%
Femoral artery and vein
7.9%
common peroneal
7.9%
common peroneal
7.9%
metatarsophalangeal
6.9%
tensor fascia latae
6.9%
Biceps femoris and semitendinosus
6.9%
gluteobiceps
6.9%
medial collateral
6.9%
cat
6.9%
superficial digital flexor
6.9%
popliteus
6.9%
first and second
5.9%
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accessory gluteal
5.9%
flex the stifle
5.9%
External abdominal oblique aponeurosis
5.9%
external iliac artery
5.9%
cranial cruciate
5.9%
caudal cruciate
5.9%
long digital extensor
5.9%
lateral digital extensor
5.9%
deep digital flexor tendon
5.9%
Extend the stifle
5%
tibial tuberosity
5%
reduce foot weight
4%
gracilis, pectineus, adductor
4%
elongated
4%
cranial tibial artery
4%
tibialis cranialis
4%
peroneus longus
4%
soleus
4%
sustentaculum tali
4%
extend the hock
3%
caudal epigastric and external pudendal arteries
3%
spheroidal
3%
medial patellar
3%
peroneus tertius
3%
medial collateral ligament
3%
lateral collateral ligament
3%
bicipital
2%
without innervation to the adductors, the animal is likely to splay out
2%
overflexion of the hock and overextension of the digits
2%
parapatellar
2%
medial trochlear
2%
tibialis caudalis
2%
long plantar
2%
transverse acetabular and accessory
1%
Popliteal, caudal tibial, saphenous
1%
cunean and subtendinous calcaneal
1%

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Tags:limb, Osteology

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