Guide to the Dissection of the Dog 8th Edition, This edition of Guide to the Dissection of the Dog has changed considerably since it was first published as a paperback in 1947 by Malcolm Miller, DVM, PhD, previously Professor and Head of the Department of Anatomy in the New York State Veterinary College at Cornell University.
Guide to the Dissection of the Dog 8th Edition
In 1971, Miller’s Guide to the Dissection of the Dog by Evans and de Lahunta was published in a new format with additional illustrations. Subsequent editions altered the procedures for dissection, added illustrations, and gave instructions for palpation of the live dog. Several editions have been translated into Japanese, Spanish, Portuguese, Korean, and Chinese. This eighth edition includes changes in many figures and the addition of new ones.
There is a short atlas of transverse sections of the dog brain selected from the Brain of the Dog in Section, by Marcus Singer, and relabeled in accordance with present nomenclature. All terms used are from the latest, free electronic version of the fifth edition of Nomina Anatomica Veterinaria.
The purpose of this guide is to facilitate a thorough dissection so as to learn basic mammalian structure and specific features of the dog. We have attempted to emphasize what we believe is essential anatomical knowledge for a veterinary curriculum. The descriptions are based on the dissection of embalmed, arterially injected adult dogs of mixed breeds.
A more detailed consideration of the structures dissected can be found in the fourth edition of Miller’s Anatomy of the Dog by Evans and de Lahunta published in 2013 by Elsevier.
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