Atlas of Feline Anatomy For Veterinarians 2nd Edition PDF. Presenting more than 266 full color anatomic drawings arranged by organ system, this book is dedicated exclusively to feline anatomy with emphasis on those areas of anatomy that are frequently encountered in clinical practice.
Atlas of Feline Anatomy For Veterinarians 2nd Edition PDF
It includes a highly detailed chapter on special senses which collects and organizes difficult to find information for quick access. Nomenclature is from Nomina Anatomica Veterinaria so that the feline anatomy is in line with that used in other textbooks of veterinary anatomy of the domestic animals. The book accurately captures the anatomy pertinent to clinical veterinary medicine.
Most chapters in this text are not highly detailed; for example, the origin and insertion of every muscle in the feline body is not stated. We tried to place emphasis on those areas of anatomy that are frequently encountered in clinical medicine. Therefore, veterinary students may find this text more useful as an additional small animal anatomy text. Practitioners will find the illustrations useful in client education.
Readers will notice that the chapter on special senses is more detailed than other chapters. Because this information is quite difficult to find elsewhere in the literature, this greatly enhances the usefulness of this chapter.
The illustrations have been taken from original dissections, photographs, radiographs and are based on palpation by the authors or editors. We believe that they are accurate. However, should the reader find any inaccuracies in the illustrations or the text, we would appreciate notification for correction in future editions.
The nomenclature used is from Nomina Anatomica Veterinaria (with some rare exceptions) in order to bring feline anatomy in line with the terminology of current veterinary texts of other common domestic mammals.
This atlas, which was conceived of and proposed by William Hamilton and developed jointly with Lola Hudson, is a unique collaboration between medical illustrator and veterinary anatomist.
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