Anatomy of the dog - Illustrated atlas

Authors

Antoine Micheau - MD , Denis Hoa - MD , Susanne AEB Borofka - PhD - dipl. ECVDI

Published on

Wednesday 12 April 2017

Section

Dog

Anatomical parts

Anatomy of the dog - Illustrated atlas

This modules of vet-Anatomy provides a basic foundation in animal anatomy for students of veterinary medicine. This veterinary anatomical atlas includes selected labeling structures to help student to understand and discover animal anatomy (skeleton, bones, muscles, joints, viscera, respiratory system, cardiovascular system). Positional and directional terms, general terminology and anatomica orientation are also illustrated.

Terms are labeled using the Latin terms defined in the Nomina Anatomica Veterinaria (fifth edition - 2012 by ICVGAN). They have been translated in english and french by Antoine Micheau - MD, Imaios.

All illustrations have been created by Antoine Micheau - MD and are under copyright of IMAIOS. Some of these illustrations were adapted from : Handbuch der Anatomie der Tiere für Künstler (hosted by the University of Wisconsin Digital Collections).

 

vet-Anatomy:Atlas of animal anatomy: the essentials of the dog (skeleton, joints, muscles, parts and region of the body)
vet-Anatomy:Atlas of animal anatomy: the essentials of the dog (skeleton, joints, muscles, parts and region of the body)

 

Labeled atlas of anatomy: illustrations of the dog: Bones - Skeletal system
Labeled atlas of anatomy: illustrations of the dog: Bones - Skeletal system

 

Dog - Muscles: Musculus sternocephalicus, External abdominal oblique,  Deep pectoral [Pectoralis ascendens]
Dog - Muscles

 

Dog - Thorax/Abdomen/Pelvis: Lung [droit et gauche], Liver, Small intestine
Dog - Thorax/Abdomen/Pelvis

 

Animal - Anatomy atlas: Cardiovascular system (Arteries, Veins,  Thoracic aorta, Caudal vena cava)
Animal - Anatomy atlas: Cardiovascular system

 

Veterinary anatomy - Animal: Terms of position and direction, Dorsal plane, Transverse plane, Sagittal plane [paramedian],  Median plane
Veterinary anatomy - Animal: