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phalanges are the bones for your fingers and toes.
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The bones of fingers and toes are called phalanges.
The bones of the fingers and toes are called phalanges.
"Phalanges" is the technical name for the bones that form the fingers and toes. In common usage, they are your fingers and toes.
the fingers and toes
Fingers proper name is phalanges.
The phalanges are the bones in the toes and fingers.
The bones of the fingers are carpals (hence carpal tunnel syndrome), and the bones in-between the wrists and fingers are metacarpals. The bones of the toes are tarsals and the bones in-between then toes and ankles are metatarsals. Huzzah!
The bones of the fingers and toes are also known as phalanges.
Metacarpels are the bones of fingers and are 14 in each hand. The bones of the toes are called Meta tarsals
The bones that make up your fingers (and toes) are called phalanges.
The small bones of the fingers and toes are known as phalanges. A single bone is a phalanx.
They are the small bones in your fingers (and thumb) and toes.
distal phalanges (bones in the fingers & toes)
Your metatarsals are bones of your fingers and toes.
The bones in your fingers and toes are called phalanges (or sometimes called digits)
Fingers and toes are composed of bones, muscles, blood vessels, nerves, skin, and nails.
Fingers and toes