|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|metacarpals and phalanges||0.04||0.3||2461||29|
|metacarpals in foot||0.61||0.5||9209||10|
|metacarpals of the hand||1.69||1||6075||20|
|metacarpals and metatarsals||1.07||0.7||9359||88|
|metacarpals definition anatomy||0.53||0.2||8461||73|
The total number of bones in the appendicular skeleton is 126 bones. The arms in the human body are composed of two humeri, two radial bones, two ulnae, sixteen carpals, seven metacarpals, and 28 phalanges. The wrist is composed by the eight meta carpal bones.What is the purpose of the carpals?
The function of the carpals is to allow for the easy and free movement of the wrist. There are eight carpal bones: the scaphoid, the capitate, the trapezium, the trapezoid, the lunate, the triquetral, the pisiform and the hamate.What does metacarpals mean?
Definition of metacarpal. : a bone of the part of the hand or forefoot between the carpus and the phalanges that typically contains five more or less elongated bones when all the digits are present.What is the plural of metacarpal?
Here's the word you're looking for. The plural form of metatarsal is metatarsals . Find more words! The third and fourth metacarpals and metatarsals are fused to form an elongated cannon bone. A rigid abnormality was caused by subluxation of the tarsometatarsal joint with subluxation of the metatarsals.