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[RC] cannon size - Dot Wiggins

When the circumference of the leg is measured between knee and ankle, remember you are not just measuring bone, unless you do calipers side to side.
The tendon is a part of the "front to back" depth.  A slender, light, tendon will give a tapered apperance and a slightly smaller overall size than a well developed tendon, which
 shows up as a "flat" cannon.
The size can grow just a bit with work and time.