Palmaris longus FELINE

• Origin: Lower end of the inner surface of the humerus.

• Insertion: Upper end of the rear surface of the upper toe bone of all the toes; also into the skin and carpal pad.

• Action: Flexes the wrist joint and the upper toe joint; extends the elbow joint.

• Structure: In felines, the superficial flexor of the digits that begins on the humerus and lies in the forearm is called the "palmaris longus."

Horse Flexor Digitorum Profundus

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