Hard, resistant organ composed of mineral salts and organic material, which makes up the skeleton of vertebrates.
Soft, spongy tissue found in the interior of large, flat bones, which produces all blood cells.
Largest of the eight carpal bones, which is cuboid in shape and centrally located in the distal row of the carpus.
Pair of fused bones that is quadrilaterally shaped and located in the central area of the face, which forms the upper part of the oral cavity, the lower part of the orbits, and houses the superior dental arch.
Each one of five elongated bones, located in the metacarpus, which articulates the distal carpal bone with the proximal phalange.
Long, thin bone, located on the lateral side of the forearm, which forms part of the elbow joint at its superior end and the wrist joint at its inferior end.