Clinically Oriented Anatomy of the Dog and Cat (2nd Edition)
Gross anatomy should begin with developing an appreciation for the organ system's building blocks. Therefore, the first nine chapters have been devoted to describing and explaining differences between the various tissue types. A development basis for anatomy is incorporated throughout the text book. Also, this book richly illustrated with numerous conceptual diagrams that will hopefully help the reader to understand detailed topics, especially related to the more complex nervous systems.
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