This is a reference atlas of the clinical anatomy of the equine foot, pastern and fetlock, correlated with images obtained by radiography, diagnostic ultrasonography and magnetic resonance imaging. Advanced imaging techniques require in-depth knowledge of anatomy for accurate interpretation and especially when using magnetic resonance imaging this must be a 3-dimensional concept of anatomy. With high image quality, the multiple views of each area of the distal limb provide an extremely detailed evaluation. Each part opens with anatomical drawings by the author. Each spread of pages deals with a single dissection viewed by means of colour photographs, labelled black and white equivalents, plus X-rays, ultrasound and MRI scans as required. The atlas should be useful for anybody involved in detailed anatomical study, complex lameness evaluation or advanced imaging techniques.
Jean-Marie Denoix (CIRALE-Hippolia Goustranville France)
Manson Publishing Ltd
Country of Publication:
11 July 2000
Professional and scholarly
Postgraduate, Research & Scholarly
A / AS level
The Equine Foot: Dissections of the equine foot. Sagittal and parasagittal sections of the equine foot. Transverse sections of the Equine Foot. Frontal sections of the equine foot. The Equine Pastern: Dissections of the equine pastern. Sagittal and parasagittal sections of the equine pastern. Transverse sections of the equine pastern. Frontal sections of the equine pastern. The Equine Fetlock: Dissections of the equine fetlock. Sagittal and parasagittal sections of the equine fetlock. Transverse sections of the equine fetlock. Frontal sections of the equine fetlock.
Ecole Nationale Vtrinaire, Maisons-Alfort, France
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