Comparative Veterinary Anatomy: A Clinical Approach
Comparative Veterinary Anatomy describes the comprehensive, clinical application of anatomy for veterinarians, veterinary students, allied health professionals and undergraduate students majoring in biology and zoology. The book covers the applied anatomy of dogs, cats, horses, cows and other farm animals, with a short section on avian/exotics, and with specific clinical anatomical topics. The work improves the understanding of basic veterinary anatomy by making it relevant in the context of common clinical problems. This book will serve as a single-source reference on the application of important anatomical structures in a clinical setting. Veterinary Anatomy, The Regional Gross Anatomy of Domestic Animals
Students, practitioners and specialists will find this information easy-to-use and well-illustrated, thus presenting an accurate representation of essential anatomical structures that relates to real-life clinical situations in veterinary medicine.
- Presents multiple species, garnering a broad audience of interest for veterinarians, specialists, professional students and undergraduate students majoring in the biological sciences
- Contains anatomically accurate color figures at the beginning of each different species section
- Focuses on clinically-oriented anatomy
- Correlates gross anatomy, radiology, ultrasound, CT, MRI and nuclear medicine in clinical case presentations
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