For those who don't remember Latin roots, here are some common medical prefixes and postfixes. Designed for doctors/nurses in training, but since many of us have to make our own medical decisions, it could be useful for anyone.
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tricyclesinskirts: Henry Gray’s Anatomy of the Human Body: Posterior surface of the forearm, superficial muscles. Note how there aren’t any muscles in the fingers. Your fingers are controlled by tendons that connect to muscles in the forearm.
This goes to an ad for orthotics but the anatomy lesson is a good one. There are 26 bones in the human foot which are grouped into 7 tarsals, 5 metatarsals and 14 phalanges, for a total of 33 joints, of which 20 are actively articulated