Guide to the Dissection of the Dog #2020

Guide to the Dissection of the Dog Howard E. Evans Alexander de Lahunta Guide to the Dissection of the Dog This practical guide facilitates a thorough dissection of the dog to learn basic mammalian structure and specific canine features Emphasizing anatomical knowledge each chapter presents self contained

  • Title: Guide to the Dissection of the Dog
  • Author: Howard E. Evans Alexander de Lahunta
  • ISBN: 9780721601052
  • Page: 191
  • Format: Paperback
  • Guide to the Dissection of the Dog Howard E. Evans Alexander de Lahunta This practical guide facilitates a thorough dissection of the dog to learn basic mammalian structure and specific canine features Emphasizing anatomical knowledge, each chapter presents self contained guidance on the dissection of a specific body part, allowing the reader to perform these dissections in any sequence preferred Descriptions are based on the dissection of eThis practical guide facilitates a thorough dissection of the dog to learn basic mammalian structure and specific canine features Emphasizing anatomical knowledge, each chapter presents self contained guidance on the dissection of a specific body part, allowing the reader to perform these dissections in any sequence preferred Descriptions are based on the dissection of embalmed, arterially injected adult dogs of mixed breeds, and the anatomical terms used in the book come from the Nomina Anatmica Veterinaria.
    Guide to the Dissection of the Dog Howard E. Evans Alexander de Lahunta

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    One thought on “Guide to the Dissection of the Dog”

    1. Poorly arranged, illustrations were confusing and were difficult to match to the cadaver Would not recommend as a dissection atlas for veterinary school.

    2. Some of the diagrams could have been better found a few mistakes but I wouldn t have made it through anatomy without it.

    3. Some good diagrams, not the best at explaining and the terms never align with the pictures But it s 10x better than reading Dyce.

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