vet-Anatomy the interactive atlas of veterinary anatomy
vet-Anatomy is a veterinary atlas of anatomy based on veterinary imaging (MRI, CT, X-Rays) and medical illustrations, designed and created by professional anatomists and veterinary imaging specialists for veterinary radiologists, veterinary students, interns, residents & academics. This anatomy resource is clearly labelled, simple to work with and and now recognized as an indispensable anatomical resource by veterinary radiologists around the world.
The caudal aspect of the head of radius presents the articular circumference for the articulation with the ulna to facilitate supination in carnivores. In ungulates it is reduced to two small caudal facets and has no function.