Canine Anatomy: A Systemic Study
Author: Donald R. Adams
85% of the book
Pages: 488 pages
Edition: 4 edition (September 19, 2003)
Canine Anatomy, A Systemic Study, Fourth Edition provides introductory anatomical information on the dog and cat fro first and second year veterinary students and instructors in companion animal anatomy. Completely unique in its organization by system, this text guides students in the complete dissection of non-embalmed canine carcasses. The author introduces directional and structural terminology gradually and sequentially. Anatomical terms introduced for the first time in the text, or emphasized in a particular chapter, are highlighted.
A unique and invaluable reference for students and faculty in class and in the lab, Canine Anatomy, A Systemic Study, Fourth Edition covers: Superficial Morphology, the musculoskeletal system, the respiratory system, the digestive system, the urogenital system, the cardiovascular system, the lymphoreticular system, and the peripheral nervous system.