The purpose of this guide is to describe the anatomy of the cat with references to human anatomy, using the learning tool of mammalian dissection. Important terms of cat anatomy are introduced in bold face type, which serves to emphasize them.
The purpose of this guide is to describe the anatomy of the cat with references to human anatomy, using the learning tool of mammalian dissection. Important terms of cat anatomy are introduced in bold face type, which serves to emphasize them. This guide also includes full-color dissection photos.
Diagnostic Imaging for Veterinary Technicians is a comprehensive diagnostic imaging textbook, which includes detailed positioning information for radiographic studies in the small animal clinic. The text showcases a systematic approach to the positioning of feline, canine, equine, and exotic animal patients for routine and special radiographic procedures, including dentistry procedures.
Labeling, crossword puzzles, and multiple-choice type exercises are included for review and assist in reinforcing chapter material. With hundreds of dog images, this unique atlas enables students to both grasp and reinforce content understanding.
The purpose of this guide is to present a summary of the available information on the anatomy of the spiny dogfish. Its primary focus is the presentation of a logical and understandable sequence of dissection instructions that will guide students through a pictorial journey of dogfish anatomy. The dissection procedures are supplemented by descriptions of basic functions, morphological adaptations, and structural relationships to other vertebrates.
The purpose of this guide is to present the frog anatomy and dissection in a clear, step-by-step manner in order to make the learning experience meaningful and effective. Because frog anatomy is often studied compared to humans, this book includes comparisons to human anatomy that are provided in italics. Important terms of frog anatomy are introduced in bold face type, which serves to emphasize them.
This title is currently only available as an ebook on VitalSource, eISBN 9781681351971.
The purpose of this book is to provide a detailed guide to the dissection of all major domestic animal species covered in veterinary professional programs: horse, ox, goat, and sheep. While veterinary students in the first year of the professional curriculum are the intended users, this guide also may have applicability to students in animal sciences or in graduate programs that offer large animal dissection as well.