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Available as Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 268 pictures in our Tendon collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Studies of Legs, of the Bones and Tendons of a Leg, of an Arm, and of the Bones and Tendons of an A Artist: Leonardo da Vinci Featured Print

Studies of Legs, of the Bones and Tendons of a Leg, of an Arm, and of the Bones and Tendons of an A Artist: Leonardo da Vinci

Studies of Legs, of the Bones and Tendons of a Leg, of an Arm, and of the Bones and Tendons of an Arm and of Organs like a Valve, c1480 (1945). From The Drawings of Leonardo da Vinci. [Reynal & Hitchcock, New York, 1945]

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Arm anatomy, artwork Featured Print

Arm anatomy, artwork

Arm anatomy. Computer artwork of an oblique anterior view looking up a human arm, showing muscles and tendons (brown and white), bones and ligaments (white), arteries and veins (red and blue), nerves (yellow), and lymph vessels (green). The arm articulates with the torso at the shoulder joint. The upper arm articulates with the lower arm at the elbow, and the lower arm articulates with the hand at the wrist. The main bones are the humerus, ulna and radius. Major muscles are the deltoid (shoulder), biceps (upper arm) and, brachioradialis (forearm)

© SPRINGER MEDIZIN/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Little and ring finger flexion, artwork Featured Print

Little and ring finger flexion, artwork

Little and ring finger flexion. Artwork of the muscles of the forearm and hand from the front, with red arrows showing the direction of movement of the little and ring (fourth and third) fingers during flexion. Finger flexion is controlled by the flexor digitorum superficialis, flexor digitorum profundus, and lumbrical muscles. Some muscles act on more than one finger. This is best demonstrated by flexing the little finger, causing involuntary flexion of the ring finger. This is because the ring and middle fingers, unlike the little and index fingers, lack independent extensor muscles to keep them extended as the other fingers flex. The nerve used is the ulnar nerve. This is the left hand. For the right hand, see C016/6793

© D & L GRAPHICS / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY