The Horse Anatomy Workbook: A Learning Aid for Students Based on Peter Goody’s Classic Work, Horse Anatomy PDF
The Horse Anatomy Workbook: A Learning Aid for Students Based on Peter Goody’s Classic Work, Horse Anatomy PDF. The purpose of this book is to act as a study tool, to help you familiarize yourself with, and commit to memory, the horse’s anatomy.
The Horse Anatomy Workbook PDF
Each double page spread consists of two elements – the figure ( a drawing, or set of drawings) and the accompanying text. In some of the skeletal drawings, bones are separated to provide additional views of joint surfaces, etc. The text consists of a list of features to be coloured or labelled on the drawing( s ). Where the overall figure consists of more than one drawing, the text ( and instructions) may be modified to take account of this. Some general points to bear in mind are:
- In some cases, different parts of an anatomical feature may be visible at more than one point on a drawing, in which case its number may appear more than once on that drawing.
- Where there are two or more drawings to an overall figure, these drawings will often contain different views ef the same structure. In such cases, the instructions given will be common to all the relevant drawings, e.g. ‘On all drawings on which they occur, identify and colour the following:
- In other cases, a figure may consist of two ( or more) drawings, with different features individually numbered on each – i.e. part I on fig.( a) will be a different structure from part I on fig.(b ). Where this occurs, the coloring instructions on the text page will appear under the relevant sub-headings.
Some structures (for example, some ligaments) occur in pairs. In some views, both structures will be visible. However, to avoid over-cluttering the drawings, only one of the pair may be numbered and arrowed (for example, with some views of medial and lateral collateral ligaments, only one may be identified). In line with the convention in Goody’s Horse Anatomy, and for reasons of consistency, such structures are always referred to in the terms ‘medial and lateral . .. ‘; whether the actual structure labelled is, in fact, material or lateral, will depend on the orientation of the drawings.
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