Hindlimb Muscles


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I'm a Norwegian practicing as a veterinarian in Durham, England. I`ve recently qualified as a veterinarian at Glasgow University. This is a blog about my experiences as a vet student and now as a veterinarian. “The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated”
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13 Responses to Hindlimb Muscles

  1. Em says:

    This table is amazing! I am studying Veterinary Technology. Do you have any more information on the forelimb muscles (similar to this)?

  2. Julian says:

    Hi Annette, I’ve been using your page here in the creation of a digital horse muscle model and I wanted to say that your tables illustrating the mechanical function of the pelvic limb and forelimb have been very very helpful, thank you for putting this stuff online! I wish you luck with your studies.


  3. Kathy says:

    Thank you for the help I was wanting clarification on the muscles that power the hind limb.

  4. Jennai says:

    Thank you, thank you, thank you! Been looking everywhere for something like this. Extremely helpful. Again, thank you ^.^

  5. moh says:

    ……………………………i love you <3!!

  6. great academic information. Dr. Muhammad Asim Shahzad., Lecturer, UVAS, PAKISTAN

  7. Tina says:

    Men oj, vad bra den här tabellen är!
    Har du fler liknande med forelimb eller annan kroppsdel?
    Är glad att jag fann denna sida!
    Thank you!

  8. Vet Learning says:

    This table is superb! i am researcher of Veterinary Technology. You provide quite inormative posts and really doing best work.

  9. Chai says:

    Dear Annettevet

    Thank you so much for creating such a great table, it really helps understand how each muscle runs without the clutter of the other muscles, I’ve shared this link with my entire class, hope it helps more of us. I do hope you make such a table for the forelimb too!

    Tusen takk! 🙂

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