Equine anatomy and physiology books

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equine anatomy and physiology books

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A great range of books for students and also anyone with a general interest in the anatomy and biological make up of horses. Understanding your horse from the inside out can really give you a great insight into what makes them tick. A Guide to Plants Poisonous to Horses. A Modern Look At The Hoof. Acupressure for Horses.
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Need to brush up on your equine and large animal anatomy? Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine has got you covered! While the books are primarily for veterinary students, equine and large animal veterinarians will find the full-color illustrated dissection teaching guides useful in their practices. Mahmoud Mansour, professor in the department of anatomy, physiology and pharmacology, who is also coordinator of the large animal gross anatomy section. Janet Steiss, professor emerita, edited the book and compiled it online for private publication. Paul Rumph, professor emerita, authored the chapter covering the teeth, blood vessels and nerves. Mansour, Dr.

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Satisfactory investigations of the equine foot appear to be limited by the histo-morphological complexity of internal hoof structures. Foot lameness is considered to be one of the most debilitating pathological disorders of the equine foot. In most species, foot lameness is traditionally linked to hoof deformity, and a set of molecular events have been defined in relation to the disease. So far, there is controversy regarding the incidence of foot lameness in horses, as it is unclear whether it is foot lameness that triggers hoof distortions or vice-versa. In order to develop a better understanding of foot lameness, we review both the healthy and lame foot anatomy, cell biology and vascularisation and using micro-computed tomography show new methods of visualising internal structures within the equine foot.

Product was successfully added! Excellent for Students "An excellent learning tool for all people who deal with horses or want to learn more about horses. Coloring the drawings provides a learning experience that is enjoyable and effective. This text effectively serves groups ranging from 4-H club members to veterinary medical students. Anyone who is looking for an easy, straight forward approach to becoming familiar with equine anatomy will benefit from this book" K. I like the way the day-to-day concepts such as navicular and founder, are explained in greater detail. Its artwork clearly depicts many difficult anatomical concepts while avoiding textural clutter.


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