epipodialia definition

  • noun:
    • The bones of either the forearm or shank: the radius, ulna, tibia, and fibula.
    • The bones of often the forearm or shank: the distance, ulna, tibia, and fibula.
    • The bones of often the forearm or shank: the radius, ulna, tibia, and fibula.
    • The bones of often the forearm or shank: the distance, ulna, tibia, and fibula.
  • others:
    • In vertebrate anat., the corresponding bones of both fore and hind limbs, which offer from elbow to your wrist, and from the leg towards the ankle, therefore constituting the morphological segments which intervene amongst the propodialia and the mesopodialia.
    • In vertebrate anat., the corresponding bones of both fore and hind limbs, which stretch through the elbow to your wrist, and through the leg to your foot, thus constituting the morphological segments which intervene involving the propodialia and also the mesopodialia.
    • In vertebrate anat., the corresponding bones of both fore and hind limbs, which offer through the elbow to the wrist, and from knee into the ankle, therefore constituting the morphological sections which intervene between the propodialia while the mesopodialia.
    • In vertebrate anat., the matching bones of both fore and hind limbs, which offer from elbow into the wrist, and from the knee on foot, thus constituting the morphological sections which intervene involving the propodialia therefore the mesopodialia.
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