Rocket has a “cybernetic skeletal structure, enhanced phalange and metacarpal bones, and a genetically augmented cerebral cortex.”
metacarpal I oblong, or rather conical, with a lateral enlargement, and situated in line with the distal row of carpals.
There are but four metacarpal bones; there is no metacarpal of the thumb.
In Pterodactyles the metacarpal bones are, as we have seen, arranged in close contact, and take no part in stretching the wing.
metacarpal, the part of the hand between the wrist and the fingers.
Wound of entrance, inner aspect of the hand over proximal end of the fifth metacarpal.
The metacarpal bones are the five long bones of the back of the hand.
In M. europæus the metacarpal of the third digit is much constricted in the middle.
From this arch (named the Sesamoidean) proceed the metacarpal Veins.
Carpals: Five; two on ulna side, two median and one on radial side in line with first metacarpal.
metacarpal met·a·car·pal (mět'ə-kär'pəl)
Of or relating to the metacarpus. n.
Any of the five long bones that form the metacarpus and articulate with the bones of the distal row of the carpus and with the five proximal phalanges.