Equine Anatomy (VETS2012)
UNIT OF STUDY
In this unit of study, the topographic and regional anatomy of the horse, a large domestic animal, is studied by sequential dissection of entire preserved horses. This unit of study also involves integration of knowledge of systemic anatomy, acquired from VETS1014, VETS1034, VETS2010 and VETS2011, allowing the student to develop an understanding of the regional anatomy of a domestic mammal, knowledge necessary for surgery units of study in later years. Clinically relevant regions are emphasized, and the relevance illustrated by reference to common clinical conditions.
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Further unit of study information
lectures: 13 hrs; practicals: 52 hrs
intra-semester: 2 x 1 hr written papers (one in-semester) (2x20%). end of semester: 1 x practical examination (40%); 1 x assignment (20%)
VETS2012 Equine Anatomy Unit of Study Guide
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Prerequisites and assumed knowledge
Assumed knowledge: VETS1014, VETS1034, VETS2011, VETS2010
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