By Klaus Dieter Budras, W. O. Sack
A revised variation of a truly profitable ebook. the recent variation comprises new chapters at the eye, stomach, girl copy, ultrasonography and orthopaedics. The atlas is fantastically illustrated all through with color drawings, pictures, and radiographs supplying the reader with specified info at the constitution, functionality, and medical software of all equine physique structures and their interplay within the reside animal. Already stated by means of scholars and lecturers as an important source for studying and revision, this 5th version might be a priceless reference for veterinary practitioners and in the event you personal and paintings with horses.
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IV. The slightly concave sole segment (Solea) occupies the space between the sole border of the wall and the grog/bulb segment. The dermis of the sole (4) lies directly on the sole surface of the distal phalanx and presents short dermal papillae. The horn of the sole is hard tubular horn. A subcutis is absent. V. The frog/bulb segment forms part of the ground- and the palmar/plantar surface of the hoof. The dermis of the frog/bulb segment (8, 5) presents papillae which spiral in the bulbar part while being straight where they underlie the frog.
Upon wear, this connection is lost. The infundibula, like those of the incisors, are filled with cement. Inside the outer enamel casing and surrounding the infundibula is dentin. Since the dentin and the cement wear more readily than the enamel, the working surface acquires a rasplike quality. 95 left rostrolateral view The last three cheek teeth, the molars (M1–M3), are similar to the premolars, and have also three roots in the upper and two in the lower jaw. 2 34 b) The PARANASAL SINUSES expand into the diploe of certain facial bones and, by remaining open to the nasal cavity, are lined with a thin respiratory epithelium.
7 8 Dermis and epidermis of the wall segment transfer part of the weight upon the limb to the inside of the wall through the following structures: distal phalanx, to the dermal lamellae, by interdigitation to the horny lamellae of the wall, and through the sole border of the wall to the ground. IV. The slightly concave sole segment (Solea) occupies the space between the sole border of the wall and the grog/bulb segment. The dermis of the sole (4) lies directly on the sole surface of the distal phalanx and presents short dermal papillae.
Anatomy of the Horse (Vet (Schlutersche)) by Klaus Dieter Budras, W. O. Sack