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In order to become a competent veterinary practitioner, it is essential to have a good grasp of veterinary anatomy. While descriptive anatomy was once the only method of teaching this subject, applied veterinary anatomy is now being used to provide students with practical and clinical knowledge. Although academic programs are reducing the amount of time

devoted to veterinary anatomy, certain basic concepts, such as functional, comparative, and applied aspects, are still taught in depth. However, other anatomy-related concepts that could be useful in practice may not receive as much attention. Therefore, the aim of the book is to help reades understand the role of anatomy in small animal veterinary practice. The book covers various research areas such as the cardiovascular system, musculoskeletal system, prostate, hoof, histopathology, imaging, and molecular techniques. However, there is a shortage of scientists engaged in veterinary research due to too few veterinarians pursuing research careers, and a lack of facilities and funding for conducting research. Despite this, the book provides comprehensive coverage of the complex subject of

veterinary research.

Veterinary Anatomy

SKU: 9788119205202
  • A. Joseph

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