vet-Anatomy

Canine osteology - Illustrated atlas of anatomy the bones of the dog

Authors

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

Published on

Monday 29 October 2018

Section

Dog

Anatomical parts

Canine osteology - Illustrated atlas of anatomy the bones of the dog

This veterinary anatomy module of the dog contains 218 illustrations dedicated to the canine osteology anatomy.

Here are presented scientific illustrations of the canine skeleton, with the main dog's bones and their structures displayed from the different anatomical standard points of view (cranial, caudal, lateral, medial, dorsal, palmar..). Some of the different canine joints are labeled.

The drawing and the anatomical labeling of these illustrations have been made by Gauthier Kervyn, under the anatomic and scientific supervision of Dr. Antoine Micheau and Dr. Denis Hoa. 

The translation of anatomical terms was supervised by Barbara Stockler.

These illustrations of animal anatomy are under the intellectual property of IMAIOS and cannot be freely used.

 

Anatomy of canine osteology (illustrations)

Anatomy of canine osteology (illustrations)

 

Cranium - Dog - Osteology

Cranium - Dog - Osteology

 

Thoracic skeleton - Dog

Thoracic skeleton - Dog

 

Ulna / Radius - Dog

Ulna / Radius - Dog

 

Coxal bone - Canine osteology: illustrations

Coxal bone - Canine osteology: illustrations

 

Dog - Osteology - Illustrations - Tarsus

Dog - Osteology - Illustrations - Tarsus

 

Bibliography:

- Miller's Anatomy of the Dog, 4th Edition
- Veterinary Anatomy of Domestic Mammals. Textbook and Colour Atlas. Edited by: Horst Erich König. Veterinarmedizinische Universität Wien, Austria
- Illustrated Veterinary Anatomical Nomenclature. Oskar Schaller, Gheorghe M. Constantinescu. Georg Thieme Verlag, 2007
- Nomina Anatomica Veterinaria, 5th Edition- Revised 2012
- Ostéologie Comparée des Carnivores Domestiques, des Equidés et des Bovins. Unité d'Anatomie de l'E.N.V.A. http://theses.vet-alfort.fr/Th_multimedia/mraffaelli/