Anatomy of the Horse (Vet (Schlutersche)) by Klaus Dieter Budras, W. O. Sack

By Klaus Dieter Budras, W. O. Sack

A revised variation of a really profitable e-book. the recent variation comprises new chapters at the eye, stomach, woman replica, ultrasonography and orthopaedics. The atlas is beautifully illustrated all through with color drawings, images, and radiographs delivering the reader with exact details at the constitution, functionality, and scientific program of all equine physique platforms and their interplay within the reside animal. Already said via scholars and lecturers as a necessary source for studying and revision, this 5th variation could be a precious reference for veterinary practitioners and when you personal and paintings with horses.

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Patellar lig. Long dig. extensor tendon Peroneus tertius tendon Dist. infrapatellar bursa Stifle joint (Lateral view) (Lateral view) h Distal end (cochlea) of tibia (medial) i e a c h f g Subcutaneous calcanean bursa Subtendinous calcanean bursa a c d b e Lat. and med. collateral ligg. Talus Long plantar lig. Central tarsal T III Mt III T IV Mt IV Subtendinous (cunean) bursa of tibialis cranialis Synovial tendon sheaths Hock joint 31 * The Nomina Anatomica Veterinaria (NAV) difine hoof capsule as only the stratum corneum of all hoof segment.

These communicate freely through the open centers of the menisci where the condyles of femur and tibia are in direct contact. The menisci are tough, fibrocartilaginous structures that compensate for the incongruency of the articular surfaces; they are said to reduce concussion in the joint. Their thick outer margins are firmly attached to the fibrous joint capsule, and their ends are anchored mainly on the tibia, but with one ligament also to the femur. The joint cavity is divided into medial and lateral sacs.

Digital flexor h Tibialis cranialis l Lateral digital extensor Collateral sesamoidean ligament Short and cruciate sesamoidean ligaments Oblique sesamoidean ligament Insertion of supf. digital flexor tendon Straight sesamoidean ligament Deep digital flexor tendon Distal (navicular) sesamoid bone 25 6. The Hoof (Ungula) Cursorial specialization for speed—the hallmark of horses—has lengthened the horse´s limbs during phylogeny and has raised the animal on the tip of only a single digit (and hoof) on each of its limbs.

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