Veterinary Gross Anatomy
Twelve Small Animal Clinical Practice Problems
by Alvin F. Weber, DVM, PhD
Tissue masses palpable from the skin surface.
Anatomy related to surgical removal of herniated intervertebral disc.
Problems relating to the anatomy of the scapulohumeral (shoulder) joint.
Anatomy related to replacement of a ruptured cranial cruciate ligament.
The anatomy of the hip in relation to dysplasia and dislocation.
Anatomy of the lumbar region as related to intervertebral disk problems.
Anatomy of cutaneous vasculature as related to autologus skin grafts.
Acute gastric dilatation, torsion and volvulus, and splenic torsion.
The anatomy of hepatic portal system anomalies.
Anatomy related to urinary bladder recurrent infection, incontinence, and abnormal elimination.
Anatomy of the ear related to surgical intervention and infection.
Anatomy of components of the third eyelid related to its prolapse.