Spurgeon's Color Atlas of Large Animal Anatomy The Essentials

ISBN-10: 0683306731
ISBN-13: 9780683306736
Edition: 1999
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Description: McCracken, Robert A. Kainer, and Thomas L. Spurgeon (all former professors of anatomy at Colorado State U.) provide basic information on the topographic relationships of all major organ systems in domestic large animals. Although they include most  More...

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List price: $79.99
Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 9/17/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 184
Size: 9.25" wide x 12.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.782
Language: English

McCracken, Robert A. Kainer, and Thomas L. Spurgeon (all former professors of anatomy at Colorado State U.) provide basic information on the topographic relationships of all major organ systems in domestic large animals. Although they include most systems for each animal, they discuss others only for some species to illustrate general anatomic patterns. Animal specialists authored plates illustrating selected clinical or husbandry applications that reflect the anatomy of the organs involved. Although not a large animal, the chicken is included because of its value as a food source.

Thomas O. McCracken and Robert A. Kainer, DVM.

Introduction
Nomenclature and Anatomic Orientation
Animal Classification
General Terminology. Positional and Directional Terms
Body Planes
Body Cavities and Membranes
The Horse (Equus caballus)
Right lateral view of a stallion
Left lateral view of a mare
Body regions of the horse
Skeleton of the horse
Cutaneous muscles and major fasciae of the stallion
Superficial muscles and veins of the mare
Parasagittal section of the equine digit
Palmar (plantar) view of major structures of the equine digit
Relations of the hoof
Stay apparatus of the equine forelimb
Stay apparatus and reciprocal apparatus of the hindlimb
Deep muscles and in situ viscera of the stallion
Deep cervical muscles, major joints, and in situ viscera of the mare
Median section of the horse's head
Occlusal (grinding) surfaces of an equine lower first incisor tooth related to continuous eruption and wear
Complete dentition of the male horse circa 5 years of age
Isolated stomach and intestines of the horse
Equine cecum, large (ascending) colon, and transverse colon in situ
Clinical condition: Right dorsal displacement of the large colon
Clinical condition: Left dorsal displacement of the large colon
Reproductive organs, urinary organs, liver, heart, and adjacent major vessels related to the skeleton of the stallion
Heart and some adjacent major vessels, abdominal and pelvic viscera, and udder (mammary glands) of the mare
Relations of the reproductive organs of the stallion
Relations of the reproductive organs of the mare
Neonatal organs of the foal
Major arteries of the mare
Major veins of the stallion. Portal system excluded
Lymph nodes and vessels of the horse
Central and somatic nervous system of the stallion
Autonomic nervous system of the mare
The Ox (Bos taurus, also Bos indicus)
Right lateral view of a beef bull
Left lateral view of a dairy cow
Body regions of the ox
Skeleton of the ox
Cutaneous muscles and major fasciae of the bull
Superficial muscles and veins of the cow
Deep cervical muscles and in situ viscera of the bull
Deep cervical muscles, major joints, in situ viscera, and udder of the cow
Median section of the head and left lateral view of the respiratory system of the ox
Interior of the rumen and reticulum of the cow
Clinical condition: Right volvulus of the abomasum in a bull
Clinical condition: Left displacement of the abomasum in a cow
Reproductive organs, urinary organs, liver, heart, and adjacent major vessels related to the skeleton of the bull
Heart and adjacent major vessels, abdominal and pelvic viscera, and udder (mammary glands) of the cow
Relations of the reproductive organs of the bull
Relations of the reproductive organs of the cow
Major veins of the bull
Major arteries of the cow
Central nervous system and principal nerves of the peripheral nervous system of the bull
Significant lymphatic organs of the cow
The Sheep (Ovis aries)
Right lateral view of a ram
Left lateral view of an ewe
Carcass cuts of the lamb
Skeleton of the sheep
Cutaneous muscles and major fasciae of the ram
Superficial muscles and veins of the ewe
Deep cervical muscles and in situ viscera of the ram
Deep cervical muscles, in situ viscera, skeleton, and major joints of the ewe
Dissection of the parotid region and cross-section of the neck of the sheep
Location of the left flank incision
Cross-section through the left abdominal wall and subjacent ruminal wall
Reproductive organs, urinary organs, esophagus and stomach, heart, and adjacent major vessels related to the skeleton of the ram
Reproductive organs, urinary organs, heart, and adjacent major vessels, esophagus and stomach of the ewe
Relations of the reproductive organs of the ram
Relations of the reproductive organs of the ewe
Penis of the ram
Isolated reproductive organs of the ewe
The Goat (Capra hircus)
Right lateral view of an Angora buck (billy)
Left lateral view of a Toggenberg doe (nanny)
Body regions of the goat
Skeleton of the goat
Cutaneous muscles and major fasciae of the buck
Superficial muscles and veins of the doe
Major structures of the caprine left distal metacarpus and digits
Untrimmed hoofs of the goat
Trimmed hoofs of the goat
Parasagittal section through the fetlock and digit
Deep muscles and in situ viscera of the buck
Deep cervical muscles, in situ viscera, skeleton, and major joints of the doe
Superficial structures of the goat's head
Median section of the caprine head
Reproductive organs, abdominal viscera, heart, and adjacent major vessels related to the skeleton of the buck
Reproductive organs, abdominal viscera, heart, and adjacent major vessels of the doe
Relations of the reproductive organs of the buck
Relations of the reproductive organs of the doe
The Llama and Alpaca (Lama glama and Lama pacos)
Right lateral view of a male llama
Left lateral view of a female huacaya alpaca
Body regions of the llama
Skeleton of the llama
Cutaneous muscles and major fasciae of the male llama
Superficial muscles of the female alpaca
Deep muscles and in situ viscera of the male llama
Deep cervical muscles, in situ viscera, and major joints of the female alpaca
Major structures of the lamoid left distal metacarpus and digits
Median section of the llama's head
Proper and improper placement of a halter on a llama's head
Relations of the llama's common carotid artery and jugular vein
Dentition of the male llama
Isolated stomach and intestines of the male llama
Reproductive and urinary organs, stomach, liver, heart, and adjacent major vessels related to the skeleton of the male llama
Reproductive and urinary organs, stomach, heart, and adjacent major vessels of the female alpaca
Relations of the reproductive organs of the male llama
Relations of the reproductive organs of the female alpaca
The Swine (Sus scrofa domesticus)
Right lateral view of a boar
Left lateral view of a sow
Carcass cuts of the hog
Skeleton of the swine
Cutaneous and superficial muscles of the boar
Superficial muscles of the sow
Deep muscles and in situ viscera of the boar
Deep cervical muscles, major joints, and in situ viscera of the sow
Median section of the porcine head
Permanent dentition of the boar
Cutting the deciduous incisor and canine teeth of a piglet
Isolated stomach and intestines of the swine
Lymph nodes and vessels of the sow
Reproductive and urinary organs, stomach, liver, heart, and adjacent major vessels related to the skeleton of the boar
Reproductive and urinary organs, abdominal viscera, spleen, heart, and adjacent major vessels of the sow
Relations of the reproductive organs of the boar
Relations of the reproductive organs of the sow
The Chicken (Gallus gallus domesticus)
Right lateral view of a rooster (cock)
Left lateral view of a hen
Feather coat of the rooster
Skeleton of the chicken
Superficial muscles of the rooster
Superficial muscles of the hen
Relations of in situ viscera to the skeleton and cervical muscles of the rooster
Relations of in situ viscera and blood vessels to the skeleton and cervical muscles of the hen
Isolated gastrointestinal tract of the chicken
Air sacs and lungs of the chicken
In situ viscera, major blood vessels, and axial skeleton of the rooster
In situ viscera, major blood vessels, and axial skeleton of the hen
Reproductive organs of the rooster
Reproductive organs of the hen

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