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The Anatomy & Physiology of the Horse [20 Images]

The Anatomy & Physiology of the Horse [20 Images]

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The Anatomy and Physiology of the Horse by George H. Dadd is a comprehensive guide to the anatomy and physiology of the horse, with detailed anatomical illustrations and instructions for dissection and preparation of anatomical specimens. The book was first published in 1842 and was aimed at veterinary students and practitioners.

The book is divided into chapters that cover different parts of the horse's body, such as the head, neck, chest, and limbs. Each chapter includes detailed descriptions of the structures and functions of the organs and tissues in that area, as well as illustrations and diagrams that help to clarify the text.

In addition to the anatomical descriptions, the book also includes a glossary of veterinary technical terms, a toxicological chart, and a dictionary of veterinary science. There are also a series of examinations on equine anatomy and physiology, which can be used to test the reader's knowledge and understanding of the material.

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