VBS 1010 Macroscopic Anatomy I

This course provides a foundation in macroscopic (gross) anatomy, including radiographic anatomy, using the dog as the primary dissection model. Study of mammalian anatomy is followed by investigation of basic vertebrate structure based on fish. In addition to exploring the anatomy of these animals, this course prepares the student for the comparative anatomy studies of the Macroscopic Anatomy II course.

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Publication date:
Authors:
  • Evans, Howard E.(Howard Edward),1922-author
  • DeLahunta, Alexander,1932-author
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  • RESERVES-DAILY (Available)

Publication date:
Authors:
  • Singh, Baljit(Veterinarian),editor.http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/no2011091955.
  • Preceded by (work):Dyce, K. M.(Keith M.).Textbook of veterinary anatomy.http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n86144299.
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Publication date: c2013.
Authors:
  • Evans, Howard E.(Howard Edward),1922-
  • DeLahunta, Alexander,1932-
  • Miller, Malcolm E.(Malcolm Eugene)
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  • STACKS (Missing)

Publication date: 2001.
Authors:
  • Boyd, J. S.(John S.)
  • Paterson, C.
  • May, A. H.(Allan H.)
  • Boyd, J. S.(John S.).Colour atlas of clinical anatomy of the dog and cat.
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  • RESERVES-DAILY (Available)