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Veterinary Anatomy Test 1
Avascular
Almost all _____ _____ contain nerves.
What are the 5 functions of epithelial…
What are the 4 tissue types?
No blood flows through
Epithelial tissue
Protects, filters substances, absorbs nutrients, provides sen…
Epithelial, connective, muscle, nervous
Avascular
No blood flows through
Almost all _____ _____ contain nerves.
Epithelial tissue
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Veterinary Science 1 Anatomy
motor innervation to the tongue
sensory innervation to the rostral 2/3…
sensory innervation to the caudal 1/3…
motor innervation to the pharynx
hypoglossal nerve (XII)
taste = facial nerve, general = trigeminal nerve
glossopharyngeal (IX)
vagus (X)
motor innervation to the tongue
hypoglossal nerve (XII)
sensory innervation to the rostral 2/3…
taste = facial nerve, general = trigeminal nerve
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Veterinary Anatomy - Chapter 1
Anatomy
Physiology
Microscopic Anatomy
Macroscopic Anatomy
Form and structure of the body in its whole and in its parts
Regarding the functions of the body and its parts
Cells and tissues; things we need a microscope to see
Gross anatomy; body parts seen with the naked eye.
Anatomy
Form and structure of the body in its whole and in its parts
Physiology
Regarding the functions of the body and its parts
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Fundamental principles of Veterinary anatomy 1
5 functions of the skeletal system
3 parts of the extracellular matrix of…
3 cellular components of bone
Function of Osteclasts
1. Support and protect... 2. Levers for muscular action... 3. miner…
1. minerals... 2. Collagen... 3. Blood supply and nerves
1. Osteoblasts... 2. Osteocytes... 3. Osteoclasts
Break down bone
5 functions of the skeletal system
1. Support and protect... 2. Levers for muscular action... 3. miner…
3 parts of the extracellular matrix of…
1. minerals... 2. Collagen... 3. Blood supply and nerves
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Veterinary Anatomy & Physiology 1: Integumentary System
Integument
Skin
Functions of Skin
Dilate
composed of all four tissue types and is the largest of the b…
epithelial structure that protects the underlying organs from…
1. Keeps body contents confined.... 2. Protects against environm…
become wider. Blood vessels in skin dilate when too hot.
Integument
composed of all four tissue types and is the largest of the b…
Skin
epithelial structure that protects the underlying organs from…
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Veterinary Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 1
Adjacent
Cranial
Caudal
Cephalic
Next to, adjoining, or close to.
Pertaining to the cranium or head end of the body, or denotin…
Pertaining to the tail end of the body or denoting a position…
Pertaining to the head.
Adjacent
Next to, adjoining, or close to.
Cranial
Pertaining to the cranium or head end of the body, or denotin…
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Veterinary Anatomy and Physiology 1:1
anatomy
physiology
transverse plane
dorsal plane
the study of the structure of the body and its parts
the study of the function of the body and its parts
divides body into cranial and caudal parts
divides body into dorsal and ventral parts
anatomy
the study of the structure of the body and its parts
physiology
the study of the function of the body and its parts
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Veterinary Anatomy 1--Cranial Nerves
CN's are considered part of the ______…
CN's are usually attached to the brain…
CN(s) from the telencephalon:
CN(s) from the diencephalon:
peripheral
rostral to caudal
I
II
CN's are considered part of the ______…
peripheral
CN's are usually attached to the brain…
rostral to caudal
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TESTTextbook of Veterinary Anatomy: Chapter 1, General Anatomy
Dorsal
Ventral
Cranial
Caudal
structures that lie toward the back (dorsum) of the trunk
structures that lie toward the belly (venter)
structures that lie toward the head (cranium)
structures that lie towards the tail
Dorsal
structures that lie toward the back (dorsum) of the trunk
Ventral
structures that lie toward the belly (venter)
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Veterinary Anatomy and Physiology 1:3
Which muscle is primarily responsible…
What muscle has the Achilles tendon on…
What type of muscle is referred to as…
motor unit
masseter
gastrocnemius
skeletal muscle
one nerve fiber and all the skeletal muscle fibers it innerva…
Which muscle is primarily responsible…
masseter
What muscle has the Achilles tendon on…
gastrocnemius
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Veterinary Anatomy and Physiology 1:3
Which muscle is primarily responsible…
What muscle has the Achilles tendon on…
What type of muscle is referred to as…
motor unit
masseter
gastrocnemius
skeletal muscle
one nerve fiber and all the skeletal muscle fibers it innerva…
Which muscle is primarily responsible…
masseter
What muscle has the Achilles tendon on…
gastrocnemius
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Veterinary Anatomy and Physiology 1:2
epiphysial plates
epiphysis
diaphysis
periosteum
growth plates in the distal and proximal ends of a long bone
Each end of a long bone; the area beyond the epiphyseal plate.
Elongated shaft of a long bone.
Double-layered connective tissue that covers and nourishes th…
epiphysial plates
growth plates in the distal and proximal ends of a long bone
epiphysis
Each end of a long bone; the area beyond the epiphyseal plate.
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Veterinary Anatomy 1: Brain 2
Telencephalon: ventricle?
Telencephalon: CN?
Telencephalon: LMN nuclei?
Telencephalon: UMN nuclei?
lateral ventricle
CN I
none
motor cortex... basal nuclei
Telencephalon: ventricle?
lateral ventricle
Telencephalon: CN?
CN I
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Veterinary Anatomy 1: Brain Lecture 3
Metencephalon is composed of: (2)
the vermis of the cerebellum is between:
gray matter of cerebellum
white matter of cerebellum is called t…
pons... cerebellum
the lateral cerebellar hemispheres
cerebellar cortex
medulla... arbor vitae
Metencephalon is composed of: (2)
pons... cerebellum
the vermis of the cerebellum is between:
the lateral cerebellar hemispheres
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Veterinary Anatomy and Physiology Test 1
Gross Anatomy
Physiology
Anatomy
Regional Anatomy
large enough to see
how parts work
actual parts
study all parts in one region
Gross Anatomy
large enough to see
Physiology
how parts work
Veterinary Anatomy Chapter 1 Tissues
Primary types of tissues
Functions of epithelial tissue
Epithelial tissue contains ___ but no…
Simple squamous epithlia
epithelial, connective, muscle, nervous
protects, covers, and lines... filters substances... absorbs nutrie…
nerves, blood supply
lines surfaces involved in the passage of either gas or liqui…
Primary types of tissues
epithelial, connective, muscle, nervous
Functions of epithelial tissue
protects, covers, and lines... filters substances... absorbs nutrie…
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Veterinary Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 1
Define Anatomy
Define Physiology
Define Homeostasis
Define Microscopic Anatomy
Form and structure of the body and its parts
Function of the body and its parts
Maintenance of a dynamic equilibrium of the body
Anatomy you can't see with the naked eye
Define Anatomy
Form and structure of the body and its parts
Define Physiology
Function of the body and its parts
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Veterinary Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 1
Adjacent
Cranial
Caudal
Cephalic
Next to, adjoining, or close to.
Pertaining to the cranium or head end of the body, or denotin…
Pertaining to the tail end of the body or denoting a position…
Pertaining to the head.
Adjacent
Next to, adjoining, or close to.
Cranial
Pertaining to the cranium or head end of the body, or denotin…
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Veterinary Anatomy 1-Pelvic Cavity
Boundaries of the Pelvic Cavity:... crani…
what forms the pelvic inlet? (3)
what forms the pelvic oulet? (3)
The ____________ forms the 'osseous' b…
cranially--pelvic inlet... dorsally--sacrum and first 2 caudal v…
brim of the pubis, the shaft of the ileum, and the promontory…
ischiatic arch,... sacrotuberous ligament... ischiatic tuberosities
pelvic girdle
Boundaries of the Pelvic Cavity:... crani…
cranially--pelvic inlet... dorsally--sacrum and first 2 caudal v…
what forms the pelvic inlet? (3)
brim of the pubis, the shaft of the ileum, and the promontory…
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Veterinary Anatomy and Physiology: Chapter 1
Anatomy
Physiology
Macroscopic Anatomy(Gross Anotomy)
Microscopic Anatomy (Histology)
Form and structure of the body and its parts.
Functions of the body and its parts.
Structures easily examined with the naked eye.
Stucture must be examined with a microscope; such as cells an…
Anatomy
Form and structure of the body and its parts.
Physiology
Functions of the body and its parts.
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Veterinary Anatomy 1--Cranial Nerves
CN's are considered part of the ______…
CN's are usually attached to the brain…
CN(s) from the telencephalon:
CN(s) from the diencephalon:
peripheral
rostral to caudal
I
II
CN's are considered part of the ______…
peripheral
CN's are usually attached to the brain…
rostral to caudal
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Veterinary Anatomy & Physiology 1: The Axial Skeleton
Axial Skeleton
Skull
Functions of the Skull
Cranial Cavity
forms the central supporting structure for the body's organs.…
a collection of flat bones that are fused or hinged together…
1. Protects the Brain... 2. Forms the nasal passages and eye soc…
Area of skull where the brain is located.
Axial Skeleton
forms the central supporting structure for the body's organs.…
Skull
a collection of flat bones that are fused or hinged together…
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Veterinary Anatomy 1-Pelvic Cavity
Boundaries of the Pelvic Cavity:... crani…
what forms the pelvic inlet? (3)
what forms the pelvic oulet? (3)
The ____________ forms the 'osseous' b…
cranially--pelvic inlet... dorsally--sacrum and first 2 caudal v…
brim of the pubis, the shaft of the ileum, and the promontory…
ischiatic arch,... sacrotuberous ligament... ischiatic tuberosities
pelvic girdle
Boundaries of the Pelvic Cavity:... crani…
cranially--pelvic inlet... dorsally--sacrum and first 2 caudal v…
what forms the pelvic inlet? (3)
brim of the pubis, the shaft of the ileum, and the promontory…
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Veterinary Anatomy
DIRECTIONAL TERMS
Cranial
Adjacent
Caudal
...
Pertaining to the cranium or head end of the body or denoting…
Next to, adjoining, or close to. ... Example: the tongue is adja…
Pertaining to the tail end of the body or denoting a position…
DIRECTIONAL TERMS
...
Cranial
Pertaining to the cranium or head end of the body or denoting…
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Fundamental principles of Veterinary anatomy 1
5 functions of the skeletal system
3 parts of the extracellular matrix of…
3 cellular components of bone
Function of Osteclasts
1. Support and protect... 2. Levers for muscular action... 3. miner…
1. minerals... 2. Collagen... 3. Blood supply and nerves
1. Osteoblasts... 2. Osteocytes... 3. Osteoclasts
Break down bone
5 functions of the skeletal system
1. Support and protect... 2. Levers for muscular action... 3. miner…
3 parts of the extracellular matrix of…
1. minerals... 2. Collagen... 3. Blood supply and nerves
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Veterinary Anatomy & Physiology 1: Biochemistry
Chemical Bonding
Three Types of Chemical Bonding
Ionic Bonding
Ions
A process that involves atoms joining together to form molecu…
Covalent, Ionic, Hydrogen
occurs when atoms either donate or accept electrons from anot…
Individual atoms that participate in ionic bonding.
Chemical Bonding
A process that involves atoms joining together to form molecu…
Three Types of Chemical Bonding
Covalent, Ionic, Hydrogen
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Veterinary Anatomy 1, Exam 3
The diaphragm consists of __ (dorsal t…
__ are inspiratory muscles
__ are expiratory muscles (forced expi…
Expiration is usually caused by __
aortic hiatus, left and right part lumbalis, left and right p…
Diaphragm, serratus dorsalis cranialis, scalenus, rectus thor…
Internal intercostal, serratus dorsalis caudalis, and abdomin…
inspriatory muscles relaxing
The diaphragm consists of __ (dorsal t…
aortic hiatus, left and right part lumbalis, left and right p…
__ are inspiratory muscles
Diaphragm, serratus dorsalis cranialis, scalenus, rectus thor…
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Fundamental principles of Veterinary anatomy 1
5 functions of the skeletal system
3 parts of the extracellular matrix of…
3 cellular components of bone
Function of Osteclasts
1. Support and protect... 2. Levers for muscular action... 3. miner…
1. minerals... 2. Collagen... 3. Blood supply and nerves
1. Osteoblasts... 2. Osteocytes... 3. Osteoclasts
Break down bone
5 functions of the skeletal system
1. Support and protect... 2. Levers for muscular action... 3. miner…
3 parts of the extracellular matrix of…
1. minerals... 2. Collagen... 3. Blood supply and nerves
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Textbook of Veterinary Anatomy: Chapter 1, General Anatomy
Dorsal
Ventral
Cranial
Caudal
structures that lie toward the back (dorsum) of the trunk
structures that lie toward the belly (venter)
structures that lie toward the head (cranium)
structures that lie towards the tail
Dorsal
structures that lie toward the back (dorsum) of the trunk
Ventral
structures that lie toward the belly (venter)
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Veterinary Anatomy and Physiology 1:3
Which muscle is primarily responsible…
What muscle has the Achilles tendon on…
What type of muscle is referred to as…
motor unit
masseter
gastrocnemius
skeletal muscle
one nerve fiber and all the skeletal muscle fibers it innerva…
Which muscle is primarily responsible…
masseter
What muscle has the Achilles tendon on…
gastrocnemius
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Veterinary Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 1
Adjacent
Cranial
Caudal
Cephalic
Next to, adjoining, or close to.
Pertaining to the cranium or head end of the body, or denotin…
Pertaining to the tail end of the body or denoting a position…
Pertaining to the head.
Adjacent
Next to, adjoining, or close to.
Cranial
Pertaining to the cranium or head end of the body, or denotin…
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Veterinary Anatomy and Physiology Ch 1
dorsal plane
transverse plane
sagittal plane
median plane
divides body into ventral and dorsal parts
divides body into cranial and caudal part
divides body into unequal left and right halfs
divides body into equal right and left halfs
dorsal plane
divides body into ventral and dorsal parts
transverse plane
divides body into cranial and caudal part
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Veterinary Anatomy & Physiology 1: Muscular System
Types of Muscle Tissues
Skeletal Muscle
Striations
Smooth Muscle
1. Smooth ... 2. Cardiac ... 3. Skeletal or Striated
Striated; Voluntary
Stripes across the muscle fibers at right angles.
Visceral Muscle; Found in internal organs such as the bladder…
Types of Muscle Tissues
1. Smooth ... 2. Cardiac ... 3. Skeletal or Striated
Skeletal Muscle
Striated; Voluntary
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Veterinary Anatomy & Physiology 1: Quiz 1
In a dorsoventral radiographs view, th…
The tarsus is located in the hind leg.
The intestines are located in the vent…
The term ventral refers to the belly (…
False
True
True
False
In a dorsoventral radiographs view, th…
False
The tarsus is located in the hind leg.
True
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Veterinary Anatomy 1--Brain Lecture 1
The rostral end of the neural tube dev…
The prosencephalon becomes:
The mesencephalon becomes:
The rhomboencephalon becomes:
prosencephalon... mesencephalon... rhomboencephalon
the telencephalon and diencephalon
it stays the mesencephalon
the metencephalon and the myelencephalon
The rostral end of the neural tube dev…
prosencephalon... mesencephalon... rhomboencephalon
The prosencephalon becomes:
the telencephalon and diencephalon
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Veterinary Anatomy
Sesamoid
Diaphysis
Epiphysis
Metaphysis
a small bone embedded in a tendon; resembling a sesame seed (…
the long shaft (body) of a long bone
the two enlarged ends (proximal and distal extremities) of a…
The joining point of the diaphysis and the epiphysis in a gro…
Sesamoid
a small bone embedded in a tendon; resembling a sesame seed (…
Diaphysis
the long shaft (body) of a long bone
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Veterinary Anatomy
DIRECTIONAL TERMS
Cranial
Adjacent
Caudal
...
Pertaining to the cranium or head end of the body or denoting…
Next to, adjoining, or close to. ... Example: the tongue is adja…
Pertaining to the tail end of the body or denoting a position…
DIRECTIONAL TERMS
...
Cranial
Pertaining to the cranium or head end of the body or denoting…
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veterinary anatomy
dorsal
ventral
Medial
Lateral
directed toward the back
directed toward the belly [head, neck, trunk & tail].
directed toward the midline (median plane) [head, neck, trunk…
directed away from the midline, toward the side [head, neck,…
dorsal
directed toward the back
ventral
directed toward the belly [head, neck, trunk & tail].
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Anatomy and Physiology for Veterinary Technicians: Exam 1
The area at the base of the neck betwe…
The knee of hoofed animals is called t…
Gross anatomy is also known as:
The reference plane that divides the b…
Brisket
Carpus
Macroscopic Anatomy
Transverse plane
The area at the base of the neck betwe…
Brisket
The knee of hoofed animals is called t…
Carpus
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Veterinary Anatomy 1--Notes from book
The epidural space contains __________…
The subarachnoid membrane sends trabec…
Subarachnoid cistern where CSF can be…
Where is the cerebellomedullary cistern?
fat
blood vessels... pia mater
cerebellomedullary cistern
at the right angle between the cerebellum and the medulla obl…
The epidural space contains __________…
fat
The subarachnoid membrane sends trabec…
blood vessels... pia mater
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Veterinary Anatomy
Thorax
Thoracic Cavity
Thoracic Inlet
Thoracic Outlet
Part of the body located between the neck and the abdomen
The space within the thorax that is protected by the thoracic…
Entrance to the thoracic cavity bounded by body of the first…
Exit of the thoracic cavity bounded by body of the last thora…
Thorax
Part of the body located between the neck and the abdomen
Thoracic Cavity
The space within the thorax that is protected by the thoracic…
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Veterinary Anatomy - Muscular System part 1
voluntary muscle
involuntary muscle
skeletal muscle
cardiac muscle
striated muscle that can be controlled voluntarily
a muscle that contracts without conscious control and found i…
multinucleated, striated, voluntary muscle that enables consc…
Striated, involuntary muscle found only in the heart
voluntary muscle
striated muscle that can be controlled voluntarily
involuntary muscle
a muscle that contracts without conscious control and found i…
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Veterinary Anatomy 1-Thorax Notes from Class
Boundaries of the thorax:... dorsally:... ve…
Thoracic walls are composed of:
Which extend more ventrally, external…
Sternal ribs and cartilages are those…
dorsally: thoracic vertebrae... ventrally: sternum... laterally: th…
13 rib pairs with their costal cartilages... external and intern…
internal intercostal mm
1-9
Boundaries of the thorax:... dorsally:... ve…
dorsally: thoracic vertebrae... ventrally: sternum... laterally: th…
Thoracic walls are composed of:
13 rib pairs with their costal cartilages... external and intern…
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Veterinary Anatomy & Physiology 1: Organization of the Skeleton
Bone Marrow
Cancellous Bone
Spicules
Compact Bone
a cavity in the middle of a bone where RBC's, WBC's, and plat…
provides strength. Somewhat irregularly arranged group of bon…
found in cancellous bone; spine like pieces of bony material…
more highly structured series of bone layers found in the out…
Bone Marrow
a cavity in the middle of a bone where RBC's, WBC's, and plat…
Cancellous Bone
provides strength. Somewhat irregularly arranged group of bon…
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Veterinary Anatomy 1-Thorax Notes from Book
The artery and nerve of each intercost…
Dorsal branches of the intercostal art…
Where do the ventral branches of the i…
Dorsal and ventral arterial branches a…
ventral and dorsal branches
epaxial muscles
into the intercostal spaces, along the caudal border of each…
dorsal intercostal arteries
The artery and nerve of each intercost…
ventral and dorsal branches
Dorsal branches of the intercostal art…
epaxial muscles
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Veterinary anatomy - skeleton
ATP
Osteoblasts
Brachycephalic
Mesaticephalic
Adenosine triphoshate
Bone building cell
Short wide head. ... E.g pug, bull dog,Pekingese
Normal medium sized head. ... Eg cockapoo, Weimaraner, Labradors…
ATP
Adenosine triphoshate
Osteoblasts
Bone building cell
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Veterinary Anatomy 1 Final Exam Lab ID
frontal bone
external sagittal crest
temporal lines
temporal fossa
...
...
...
...
frontal bone
...
external sagittal crest
...
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Veterinary Comparative Anatomy
Axial Skeleton
Mandible
Maxilla
Hyoid Bones
Very (Vertebrae) Small (Skull) Murders (Mandible) Have (Hyoid…
Lower jaw
Upper jaw
Attachment for tongue
Axial Skeleton
Very (Vertebrae) Small (Skull) Murders (Mandible) Have (Hyoid…
Mandible
Lower jaw
Veterinary Anatomy- Canine Hindlimb Year 1
Gluteal Muscles:... Superficial Gluteal... M…
Gracilis Muscle
Adductor Muscle
Pectineus Muscle
O: Ilium & Sacrum... I: Greater Trochanter of Femur... Function: Li…
O: Pelvic Symphysis... I: Tibia & Calcaneus (2 heads)... Function:…
O: Ventral Surface of Pelvis... I: Medial Aspect of Femur... Functi…
O: Iliopubic eminence ... I: Medial Aspect of Femur... Function: Li…
Gluteal Muscles:... Superficial Gluteal... M…
O: Ilium & Sacrum... I: Greater Trochanter of Femur... Function: Li…
Gracilis Muscle
O: Pelvic Symphysis... I: Tibia & Calcaneus (2 heads)... Function:…
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Veterinary Anatomy 1-Abdomen Notes from Book
What supplies the skin of the caudolat…
What supplies the ventral and ventrola…
What do L4 and L5 become?
what does the lateral cutaneous femora…
cutaneous branches of first three lumbar nerves
the lateral cutaneous branches from the last 5 thoracic nerves
lateral cutaneous femoral nerve
the cutaneous area of the cranial and lateral surfaces of the…
What supplies the skin of the caudolat…
cutaneous branches of first three lumbar nerves
What supplies the ventral and ventrola…
the lateral cutaneous branches from the last 5 thoracic nerves
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