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Bovine anatomy : an illustrated text / by Klaus Dieter Budras, Robert E. Habel, Christoph K. W. Mülling, Paul R. Greenough, Gisela Jahrmärker, Renate Richter and Diemut Starke.

Author/Creator:
Budras, Klaus Dieter, author.
Publication:
Hannover [Germany] : Schluetersche, Germany, an imprint of Schluetersche, [2013].
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (185 p.)
Edition:
2nd ed.
Series:
Vet.
Vet
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Subjects:
Cattle -- Anatomy.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
Bovine Anatomy provides the reader with detailed information on the structure, function, and clinical application of all bovine body systems and their interaction in the live animal. Thisexpanded second edition now includes clinical anatomy and retains the topographical and systems based methods of anatomy used in the first edition. The topographic anatomy is accompanied by systematic illustrations of the bones, joints, muscles, organs, blood vessels, nerves, and lymph nodes for each body system. There are also tables containing detailed information on the muscles, lymph nodes, and peripheral nerves. The authors pay particular attention to the histology, growth, and function of the bovine hoof. In addition to the gross anatomy of the udder, its development, histology, and function are described and illustrated. One chapter is devoted to the pathology, pathogenesis, and molecular biology of bovine spongiform encephalopathy, scrapie of sheep and goats, and chronic wasting disease.Each page of text is followed by a full page of colour illustrations. The Second Edition also contains more than 70 new diagrams and clinical photographs. The book has long been acknowledged as a valuable reference for study and revision, and this new edition is an essential resource for practitioners and students alike.
Contents:
Cover; Table of Contents; Preface; Topographic Anatomy; Chapter 1: Thoracic limb; 1. Skeleton of the thoracic limb; 2. Muscles and nerves of the shoulder, arm, and forearm; 3. Cutaneous nerves, blood vessels, and lymph nodes of the thoracic limb; 4. Vessels and nerves of the manus; 5. Interdigital nerves and vessels, interossei, and fasciae of the manus; 6. Synovial structures of the thoracic limb; Chapter 2: Pelvic limb; 1. Skeleton of the pelvic limb; 2. Lateral thigh and cranial crural muscles with their nerves; 3. Medial thigh and caudal crural muscles with their nerves
4. Cutaneous nerves, blood vessels, and lymph nodes of the pelvic limb5. Arteries, veins, and nerves of the pes; 6. Dermis of the hoof; 7. The hoof (ungula); 8. Synovial structures of the pelvic limb; Chapter 3: Head; 1. Skull and hyoid apparatus; 2. Skull with teeth; 3. Skull with paranasal sinuses and horns; 4. Superficial veins of the head, facial n. (VII), and facial muscles; 5. Trigeminal n. (V3 and V2), masticatory mm., salivary gll., and lymphatic system; 6. Accessory organs of the eye; 7. The eyeball (bulbus oculi); 8. Nose and nasal cavities, oral cavity and tongue
9. Pharynx and larynx10. Arteries of the head and head-neck junction, the cran. nn. of the vagus group (IX-XI), and the hypoglossal n. (XII); Chapter 4: Central nervous system and cranial nerves; 1. The brain; 2. Cranial nerves I-V; 3. Cranial nerves VI-XII; 4. Spinal cord and autonomic nervous system; Chapter 5: Vertebral column, thoracic skeleton, and neck; 1. Vertebral column, ligamentum nuchae, ribs, and sternum; 2. Neck and cutaneous muscles; 3. Deep shoulder girdle muscles, viscera and conducting structures of the neck; Chapter 6: Thoracic cavity
1. Respiratory muscles and thoracic cavity with lungs2. Heart, blood vessels, and nerves of the thoracic cavity; Chapter 7: Abdominal wall and abdominal cavity; 1. The abdominal wall; 2. Topography and projection of the abdominal organs on the body wall; 3. Stomach with rumen, reticulum, omasum, and abomasum; 4. Blood supply and innervation of the stomach; lymph nodes and omenta; 5. Spleen, liver, pancreas, and lymph nodes; 6. Intestines with blood vessels and lymph nodes; Chapter 8: Pelvic cavity and inguinal region, including urinary and genital organs
1. Pelvic girdle with the sacrosciatic lig. and superficial structures in the pubic and inguinal regions2. Inguinal region with inguinal canal, inguinal lig., and prepubic tendon; 3. Lymphatic system, adrenal glands, and urinary organs; 4. Arteries, veins, and nerves of the pelvic cavity; 5. Female genital organs; 6. The udder; 7. The udder with blood vessels, lymphatic system, nerves, and development; 8. Male genital organs and scrotum; 9. Perineum, pelvic diaphragm, ischiorectal fossa, and tail; Anatomical aspects of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE); Special Anatomy, Tabular Part
1. Myology
Notes:
Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Description based on print version record.
Contributor:
Richter, Renate. , author.
Starke, Diemut, author.
Greenough, Paul R., author.
Habel, Robert E., author.
Jahrmärker, Gisela, author.
Mülling, Christoph K. W., author.
Schluetersche, Germany.
ISBN:
0-429-06852-2
1-78402-431-7
1-283-74259-4
3-8426-8359-6
OCLC:
763154409