We have reached our last set of anatomical terms for body regions, terms for the foot, same disclaimers as always check your notes. Every professor, every class has a slightly different list. They want you to know. So make sure you know what you need to study for your test. All right, first up we have tarsal, tarsal is the ankle or the tarsal region is the ankle region and the tars soles are the ankle bones. Now I say here learn with carpal. If you remember carpal is the wrist, the wrist and the ankle are pretty similar body regions and carpal and tarsal sound similar. So carpal wrist tarsal is the ankle. Now, if we go over here, we see meta tale. Meta tale is the bones of the foot. And if you remember the wrist, we had carpal metacarpal, the same pattern here. Tarsal meta tale, you remember meta means after and in this case, tarsal means ankle. So after the ankle, the meta tale is the bones of the foot moving down. We have Calcaneal. Calcaneal is the heel and the calcaneus is the heel bone. Now that comes from Cal Cania, which is Latin for chalk and I don't know about you. But if I look at my heel, the skin looks pretty white and chalky. So that helps me remember it. Calcaneal heel moving down, we have Hale Hale is just Latin for your big toe. And the way I remember it is, I say how has a luxuriously large big toe, how Lux Hale, big toe. Finally, we have digital and digital is just your toes. Now, you'll know we have the same word digital for your fingers and your toes. You count digits on your fingers. And if you run out of fingers to count on, well, you can keep counting on your toes. So the same word for fingers and toes, digital with that, we have learned our anatomical terms for body regions. Good job everybody.