By Klaus Dieter Budras, W. O. Sack
A revised variation of a really profitable publication. the recent version includes new chapters at the eye, stomach, lady copy, ultrasonography and orthopaedics. The atlas is beautifully illustrated all through with color drawings, images, and radiographs supplying the reader with certain details at the constitution, functionality, and scientific program of all equine physique structures and their interplay within the dwell animal. Already stated by means of scholars and lecturers as an important source for studying and revision, this 5th version could be a necessary reference for veterinary practitioners and should you personal and paintings with horses.
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8 Sublingual a. 9 Facial a. and v. 10 Inferior labial a. and v. 11 Superior labial a. and v. 12 Lateral nasal a. and v. 13 Dorsal nasal a. and v. 14 Angularis oculi a. and v. 15 Masseteric a. and v. 16 Caudal auricular a. and v. 17 Supf. temporal vein 18 Rostral auricular a. and v. 19 Transverse facial a. and v. 20 Dorsal masseteric vein 21 Inferior and superior lateral palpebral veins 22 Maxillary a. and v. 23 Inferior alveolar a. and v. 24 External ophthalmic a. 25 Supraorbital a. and v. 26 27 28 29 30 a Dilation of transverse facial vein b Dilation of deep facial vein c Dilation of buccal vein Malar a.
Cruciates; med. and lat. , intermediate, and lat. patellars; med. and lat. femoropatellars c) Proximal tibiofibular joint, communicates with the femorotibial joint III. Hock joint (tarsal joint) a) Tarsocrural joint a) Cochlea of tibia with trochlea of talus b) Prox. intertarsal b) Talus and calcaneus with central and fourth tarsals c) Distal intertarsal c) Central tarsal with first to third tarsals Mt II–IV und prox. Ossa tarsalia I–IV d) Tarsometatarsal joint d) First to fourth tarsals with second to fourth metatarsals e) Intertarsal joints: vertical joints between tarsal bones Composite joint Simple cochlear joint Composite plane joint Springy “snap” joint allowing only flexion and extension Minimum movement Composite plane joint Minimum movement Composite plane joint Minimum movement 1 Hip joint: The acetabulum is deepened by the fibrous labrum along its rim.
This horn is hard, pigmented horses, and is pushed toward the ground by the growth of its living basal and spinous layers covering the coronary dermis. The coronary horn consists of many horn tubules (17) which can be detected on the surface of the wall as proximodistally directed fine lines. The subcutis is present in the form of a ringlike coronary cushion (34) that causes the overlying coronary dermis to bulge and allows its papillae to be directed toward the ground. III. The wall segment (Paries) lies deep of the hoof wall and extends from the coronary segment to the ground.
Anatomy of the Horse (Vet (Schlutersche)) by Klaus Dieter Budras, W. O. Sack