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    Default Need a recomindation for a book for latin terms in skeletons

    we started studying anatomy of the skeleton as a part of the studies we also have to know also the latin names of each and every bone in dogs, cows, pigs and of course horses

    because there are MANY books I need a recomindation what to download that really specifies the Latin terms for each bone in the body


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    Hi,
    I think most of the good Veterinary Anatomy books also have the names in latin.

    You can use the Nomina Anatomica Veterinaria from de World Associations of Veterinary Anatomists, that you can download from their website for free (http://www.wava-amav.org/Downloads/nav_2005.pdf), but I think it doesn't have any images. However, once you get used to it, it's easy to find out what is what and it has a pretty good description.

    When I was studying the skeleton I used the book by Robert Barone. It's very very very good, but I don't know if there's an english version (mine was french). There is a copy with the pictures from the Osteology tome here ( http://www.elib4vet.com/threads/1068-Anatomy-(Barone) ) , but I think it's enough if you just want to know the latin names, especially if you use it with the Nomina Anatomica Veterinaria.

    Good luck! You'll need it for Anatomy!
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    Hey
    I used "Illustrated Veterinary Anatomical Nomenclature". Here is the amazon link: http://www.amazon.com/Illustrated-Ve.../dp/3830410697.
    I found it very useful because it has illustrations labelled with numbers and the nomenclature is in a list format followed by a brief explanation of the term. It is for all domestic species and it includes all anatomical parts beginning with topographical anatomy and going through bones, muscles, vessels, nerves and internal organs. I definitely recommend it. Unfortunately I had a photocopied version which I gave away to a new student so I can't share. If only I knew I'd find this website...
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