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Comparative Veterinary Anatomy - A Clinical Approach
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Comparative Veterinary Anatomy - A Clinical Approach



Pages: 1496
Published: December 15, 2021
Imprint: Academic Press
Hardcover ISBN: 9780323910156



Description


Comparative Veterinary Anatomy: A Clinical Approach describes the comprehensive, clinical application of anatomy for veterinarians, veterinary students, allied health professionals and undergraduate students majoring in biology and zoology. The book covers the applied anatomy of dogs, cats, horses, cows and other farm animals, with a short section on avian/exotics, and with specific clinical anatomical topics. The work improves the understanding of basic veterinary anatomy by making it relevant in the context of common clinical problems. This book will serve as a single-source reference on the application of important anatomical structures in a clinical setting. Students, practitioners and specialists will find this information easy-to-use and well-illustrated, thus presenting an accurate representation of essential anatomical structures that relates to real-life clinical situations in veterinary medicine.



  • Presents multiple species, garnering a broad audience of interest for veterinarians, specialists, professional students and undergraduate students majoring in the biological sciences
  • Contains anatomically accurate color figures at the beginning of each different species section
  • Focuses on clinically-oriented anatomy
  • Correlates gross anatomy, radiology, ultrasound, CT, MRI and nuclear medicine in clinical case presentations


  • Readership


    Veterinary anatomists and surgeons; zoo and wildlife clinicians; small and large animal veterinarians; biologists, students, residents, and fellows in zoo, wildlife, veterinary, exotic pet medicine and anatomy and academic environments; veterinary scientists in laboratory settings and lab animal settings; veterinary/clinical institutions and libraries; allied health professionals, comparative anatomists



    Table of Contents


    SECTION I: INTRODUCTION
    Chapter 1: Clinical Anatomy Nomenclature
    N.S. Grenager, J.A. Orsini,and  A. de Lahunta

    SECTION II: DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING
    Aitor Gallastegui, Section editor
    Chapter 2: Introduction to Imaging Modalities
    Aitor Gallastegui
    2.1   Current Imaging Technologies 
    2.1.1   Endoscopy – Nora S. Grenager and James A. Orsini                                                               
    2.1.2   Radiography – Aitor Gallastegui        
    2.1.3   Ultrasonography (US) – Aitor Gallastegui        
    2.1.4   Computed tomography (CT) – Aitor Gallastegui        
    2.1.5   Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) – Aitor Gallastegui        
    2.1.6   Nuclear scintigraphy & positron emission tomography (PET) – Aitor Gallastegui        
    2.2   Novel Technologies                                                                                                                           
    2.2.1   Files in diagnostic imaging/PACS – Aitor Gallastegui        
    2.2.2   3D printing – Aitor Gallastegui        
    2.2.3   Cone beam CT – Aitor Gallastegui                                                                                             
    2.2.4   Whole body PET scan – A. Gallastegui, N.S. Grenager, and J.A. Orsini

    SECTION III: CANINE AND FELINE CLINICAL CASES
    John F. Randolph and Helen Davies, Section editors  
    3.0/Canine IIIA   Landscape Figures (1-9)   N.S. Grenager, J.A. Orsini, and A. de Lahunta        
    3.1/Feline IIIB   Landscape Figures: (1-9) N.S. Grenager, J.A. Orsini, and A. de Lahunta        
      
    Chapter 3: Axial Skeleton: Head, Neck, and Vertebral Column
    John F. Randolph, Cha ed.
    Nasal Cavity, Pharynx, and Paranasal Sinuses
    3.1  Nasopharyngeal polyp – Meredith Miller        
    3.2   Hyperthyroidism – Mark  E. Peterson and John F. Randolph        
    3.3   Brachycephalic airway syndrome – David Holt Mouth
    3.4  Odontogenic disease – Nadine Fiani and Santiago PeraltaEye
    3.5   Retrobulbar mass – Eric Ledbetter Ear
    3.6  Otitis interna/media – Adalberto Merighi and Laura Lossi
    3.7   Thyroid adenocarcinoma – Takanori Sugiyama and Helen Davies         
    3.8   Cervical intervertebral disc disease – Takanori Sugiyama and Helen Davies         
    Vestibular System, Brain and Lumbar Vertebral Column
    3.9    Otitis media/interna and vestibular dysfunction – Marc Kent and Eric N. Glass                          
    3.10   Glioma – Marc Kent and Eric N. Glass         
    3.11    Meningioma – Fred Wininger                                                                                                      
    3.12    Lumbar intervertebral disc disease – Marc Kent and Eric N. Glass

    Chapter 4: Thorax: Helen Davies
    Chapter editor Pleura, Mediastinum, and Lungs
    4.1   Aspiration pneumonia – N. Bamford, C. Beck, and H.Davies                   
    4.2    Pyothorax – L. Dooley, C. Beck, and H. Davies         
    4.3    Diaphragmatic rupture – Cathy Beck and Helen Davies                                                          
    Mediastinal Organs
    4.4    Feline cardiomyopathy – Mark Oyama and Simon Bailey
    4.5    Persistent right fourth aortic arch (PRRA) – David Holt         
    4.6    Patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) – Mark Oyama               
    4.7    Mitral valve disease – L. Dooley, C. Beck, and S. Bailey         
    4.8    Esophageal foreign body – David Holt                                                                                        
      
    Chapter 5: Abdomen
    John Randolph, Chapter editor
    Liver, Pancreas, Spleen, and Adrenal Glands
    5.1   Portosystemic vascular anomaly – Sharon A. Center and John F. Randolph         
    5.2   Extrahepatic bile duct obstruction secondary to acute pancreatitis – Shannon M. Palermo and Mark Rondeau                                                            
    5.3   Hyperadrenocorticism – N. S. Grenager, R. S. Hess, and J A. Orsini                                        
    5.4 Splenic torsion – D. Holt, N.S. Grenager, and J.A. Orsini                           
    Stomach
    5.4   Gastric dilatation and volvulus – Carol Carberry         
    Small Intestine
    5.5   Small intestine obstruction – D. Holt, N. S. Grenager, and J.A. Orsini         
    Large Intestine, Anal Canal, and Rectum
    5.6    Megacolon – Takanori Sugiyama and Helen Davies          
    Body Wall
    5.7   Abdominal wall hernia – Takanori Sugiyama and Helen Davies                                                                                          

    Chapter 6: Pelvic Organs
    Helen Davies, Chapter editor
    Female Urogenital System
    6.1  Ectopic ureters – James Flanders           
    6.2   Pyometra – Natali Krekeler and Helen Davies         
    6.3   Dystocia and the mammary gland – N. Krekeler, H. Davies and C. Beck                                                               
    Male Urogenital System
    6.4   Benign prostatic hyperplasia – M. Schrank, S. Romagnoli, and N. Krekeler          
    6.5  Congenital phimosis – M. Schrank, N. Krekeler, H. Davies, and S. Romagnoli                     

    Chapter 7: Thoracic Limb
    Helen Davies, Chapter editor
    Proximal Thoracic Limb (shoulder, brachium, and antebrachium) 
    7.1   Osteochondritis dissecans of the shoulder – Kimberly A. Agnello         
    7.2   Incomplete ossification of the humeral condyle – T. Sugiyama, H. Davies, and C. Beck         
    Distal Thoracic Limb (carpus and manus)  
    7.3   Carpal valgus deformity – L. Wallett, C. King , C. Beck, and H. Davies           
    7.4   Phalangeal fracture – Ray Ferguson and Helen Davies          
    Innervation of the Thoracic Limb 
    7.5  Nerve sheath neoplasm – Eric N. Glass and Marc Kent         

    Chapter 8: Pelvic Limb
    Helen Davies, Chapter editor
    Proximal Pelvic Limb (hip, stifle, crus)
    8.1   Hip dysplasia – Christina Murray and Cathy Beck          
    8.2    Femoral fracture – Christina Murray and Cathy Beck                                                             
    8.3    Cranial cruciate ligament tear – Kimberly A. Agnello       
    8.4    Tibial fracture – L. Wallett, C. Beck, and H. Davies                                                                  
    Distal Pelvic Limb (tarsus and pes)  
    8.5   Fracture of the tarsal bones – C. Boemo, O. Al-Juhaishi, Z. Akbar, and H. Davies                          
    Innervation of the Pelvic Limb 
    8.6   Degenerative lumbosacral stenosis – Eric N. Glass and Marc Kent         
    8.7   Calcaneal tendon injury – E.N. Glass, M. Kent, and A. de Lahunta          

    Chapter 9: Integument and Mammary Gland
    Helen Davies, Chapter editor         
    9.1   Sebaceous adenitis – Karen Trainor and Brian Palmeiro

    SECTION IV: EQUINE CLINICAL CASES
    Nora S. Grenager & James A. Orsini, Section eds.  
    4.0/Equine IV   Landscape Figures: (1-11) N.S. Grenager, J.A. Orsini, and A. de Lahunta                             
    Chapter 10: Axial Skeleton: Head, Neck, and Vertebral Column: Matt Gerard and Amy Johnson, Chapter editors         
    Eye
    10.1   Squamous cell carcinoma – Amanda Davis and Brian Gilger         
    Mouth
    10.2  Septic sialoadenitis – Timo Prange and Mathew Gerard         
    Paranasal Sinuses
    10.3   Paranasal sinus cyst – Ferenc Toth and Jim Schumacher         
    10.4   Dental disease and sinusitis – Callie Fogle and Mathew Gerard         
    Pharynx
    10.5    Guttural pouch disease – Olivier LePage         
    10.6    Nasopharyngeal collapse – Tara R. Shearer and Susan J. Holcombe         
    10.7 Laryngeal hemiplegia – Eric Parente         
    Cranial Nerves
    10.8    Vestibular disease – William Gilsenan         
    Ear 
    10.9    Ear sarcoid – Annette M. McCoy         
    Poll
    10.10    Nuchal bursitis – Jose Garcia-Lopez         
    Neck
    10.11 Esophageal obstruction – Judith Koenig and Shune Kimura         
    Central Nervous System
    10.12 Cervical vertebral osteoarthritis – Amy L. Johnson
    10.13 Congenital cerebellar disorder – Monica Aleman         
         
    Chapter 11: Thorax
    Sarah Reuss, Chapter editor         
    Heart
    11.1   Tetralogy of Fallot – Christobal Navas de Solis         
    11.2   Mitral regurgitation – Christobal Navas de Solis and Kari Bevevino         
    Pleura, Mediastinum, and Lungs
    11.3   Pleuropneumonia – Michelle Coleman         

    Chapter 12: Abdomen
    E. Mueller, J. Williams, and K. Epstein, Chapter editors         
    Stomach, Spleen, and Small Intestine
    12.1   Gastric ulcer disease – C. Xue, K. Withowski, A. St. Pierre, and K. Epstein                                                                                                                   
    12.2   Duodenitis-proximal jejunitis – Katherine Christie and Jarred Williams         
    12.3   Epiploic foramen entrapment – J. Tyma, J. Goni, and J. Williams                       
    Cecum and Colon
    12.4   Cecal impaction – Euan Murray and Kira Epstein         
    12.5   Large colon volvulus – Jessica Bramski and Kira Epstein         
    12.6   Small colon enterolith – Phillip Kieffer and Kira Epstein          
    Organs
    12.7  Cholangiocarcinoma – Brina Lopez and Kira Epstein                                                                                
     
    Chapter 13: Pelvic Organs
    Dirk Vanderwall, Chapter editor         
    Female Urogenital System
    13.1   Urovagina – Jennifer Linton                                                       
    13.2   Second-degree perineal laceration – Candace Lyman and G. Reed Holyoak                                 
    13.3   Uterine artery rupture – Maria Ferrer                                                                      
    13.4   Granulosa cell tumor – Dirk Vanderwall                                                                                    
    13.5   Endometrial cysts – Carlos Pinto
    13.6   Oviduct/uterine tube obstruction – Candace Lyman and Patricia Sertich                          
    Male Urogenital System
    13.7  Squamous cell carcinoma of the penis – David Levine and Carrie Jacobs         
    13.8   Seminal vesiculitis – Malgorzata Pozor                                                                                      
    13.9   Inguinal hernia – Nora S. Grenager and James A. Orsini                            
    Urinary Bladder and Urachal Remnant
    13.10  Omphalitis and bladder rupture – Singen Elliott and Jarred Williams                                
    13.11     Cystic calculus – Tamara Dobbie                                                                        

    Chapter 14: Thoracic Limb
    Nick Carlson, Chapter editor         
    Proximal Thoracic Limb (shoulder, brachium, and antebrachium)
    14.1   Radial neuropathy – Laura Johnstone                                                                                         
    14.2   Supraglenoid tubercle fracture – Nick Carlson                                                                          
    14.3   Ulnar fracture – Nick Carlson                                                                                                         
    14.4   Radial fracture – Liberty Getman                                                                                                 

    Distal Thoracic Limb (carpus and manus)
    14.5     Superficial digital flexor tendinitis – Nick Carlson                                               
    14.6  Osteochondral fragment of the metacarpophalangeal joint – Nick Carlson                     
    14.7     Fracture of the 2nd phalanx – Nick Carlson                                                                               
    14.8     Foreign body penetration of the hoof – Nick Carlson                                                            
    14.9  Laminitis – Nick Carlson                                                                                                               

    Chapter 15: Pelvic Limb
    Nick Carlson, Chapter editor         
    Proximal Pelvic Limb (hip, stifle, crus)
    15.1   Coxofemoral joint luxation – Nick Carlson                                                                              
    15.2   Osteochondritis dissecans – Sarah James                                                                               
    15.3   Disruption of the fibularis (peroneus) tertius – Nick Carlson
    Distal Pelvic Limb (tarsus and pes)
    15.4  Gastrocnemius tendonitis – Sarah James and Nick Carlson                        
    15.5     Fracture of the 4th metatarsal bone – Nick Carlson                                                                

    Chapter 16: Integument and Mammary Gland
    Sarah Reuss, Chapter editor
    16.1    Hereditary equine regional dermal asthenia – Daniela Luethy        
    16.2    Mastitis – Maria Ferrer                                                                                                                

    SECTION V: FARM ANIMAL CLINICAL CASES
    André Desrochers, Section editor        
    5.0/Bovine V   Landscape Figures: (1-9)  N.S. Grenager, J.A. Orsini, and A. de Lahunta        

    Chapter 17: Axial Skeleton: Head, Neck, and Vertebral Column: André Desrochers, Chapter ed    
    Head and Neck
    17.1   Maxillary sinusitis – Caroline Constant         
    17.2    Tooth root abscess – Andy Niehaus         
    17.3    Dehorning – Marjolaine Rousseau         
    Vertebral Column
    17.4    Spinal lymphoma – André Desrochers and Gilles Fecteau                                                      
                                               
    Chapter 18: Thorax
    André Desrochers, Chapter editor         
    Heart and Lungs
    18.1   Pericarditis – Marie-Eve Fecteau                                                                                             
    18.2  Endocarditis and atrial lymphoma – Marie-Eve Fecteau and Gilles Fecteau                     
     
    Chapter 19: Abdomen
    André Desrochers, Chapter editor         
    Forestomachs (rumen, reticulum, omasum, and abomasum)
    19.1   Traumatic reticuloperitonitis – Emma Marchionatti         
    19.2   Left displacement of the abomasum – Brent C. Credille and Susan Fubini         
    Small and Large Intestine
    19.3   Intestinal volvulus – David Anderson         
    Cecum
    19.4   Cecal dilatation/volvulus – Emma Marchionatti         
    Liver
    19.5   Caudal vena cava syndrome – Julie Berman         
    19.6   Hepatic lipidosis – Julie Berman                                                                                                   
    Kidney
    19.7   Hydronephrosis – André Desrochers         

    Chapter 20: Pelvic Organ
    André Desrochers, Chapter editor         
    Female Urogenital System
    20.1   Perineal laceration – Michael Pesato and Billy Smith         
    20.2   Dystocia with cesarean section – Andy Niehauss         
    Male Urogenital System
    20.3    Urolithiasis – Marie-Eve Fecteau
    20.4   Penile hematoma – David Anderson         

    Chapter 21: Thoracic Limb
    André Desrochers, Chapter editor
    Thoracic Limb
    21.1   Shoulder luxation – Marjolaine Rousseau         
    21.2   Septic arthritis of the distal interphalangeal joint – Karl Nuss
    21.3   Sole ulcer – Karl Nuss         
    21.4   Metacarpal fracture – André Desrochers           

    Chapter 22: Pelvic Limb
    André Desrochers, Chapter editor         
    Pelvic Limb
    22.1   Coxofemoral luxation – Emma Marchionatti         
    22.2   Patellar dislocation – David Anderson         
    22.3   Cranial cruciate ligament tear – Emma Marchionatti and Caroline Constant
    22.4   Gastrocnemius rupture – André Desrochers                                                                              

    Chapter 23: Integument and Mammary Gland/Udder
    André Desrochers, Chapter editor         
    23.1  Contagious ecthyma – Cynthia Faux and Luise King                                                                                            
    23.2  Chronic udder abscess – Sylvain Nichols         
    23.3  Teat obstruction – Sylvain Nichols                                                                             

    SECTION VI: AVIAN CLINICAL CASES
    Cynthia M. Faux and Marcie L. Logsdon, Section editors
    6.0/ Avian VI  Landscape Figures (1-7) N.S. Grenager, J. A. Orsini, and A. de Lahunta          

    Chapter 24: Adaptations to Flight
    Cynthia M. Faux and Marcie L. Logsdon             

    Chapter 25: Head and Neck
    Cynthia M. Faux and Marcie L. Logsdon, Chapter editors         
    25.1   Infraorbital sinusitis – Cynthia M. Faux and Marcie L. Logsdon
    25.2   Crop impaction – Cynthia M. Faux and Marcie L. Logsdon                       
    25.3   Syringeal obstruction – Cynthia M. Faux and Marcie L. Logsdon                                   
    25.4   Beak fracture – Cynthia M. Faux, Marcie L. Logsdon and Laura Lossi                               
    25.5   Obstruction of external ear canal – Cynthia M. Faux and Marcie L. Logsdon                       
    25.6   Ocular trauma – Cynthia M. Faux and Marcie L. Logsdon                                                       
         
    Chapter 26: Thoraco-abdominal Cavity
    Cynthia M. Faux & Marcie L. Logsdon, Cha Eds.           
    26.1   Ischemic stroke – Cynthia M. Faux and Marcie L. Logsdon                                                     
    26.2   Egg-yolk peritonitis – Cynthia M. Faux and Marcie L. Logsdon         
    26.3   Air sacculitis – Cynthia M. Faux and Marcie L. Logsdon         
    26.4   Ventricular foreign body – Cynthia M. Faux and Marcie L. Logsdon         
    26.5   Sertoli cell tumor – Cynthia M. Faux and Marcie L. Logsdon         
    26.6  Marek’s disease – Ricardo de Matos and Jamie Morrisey                                                                                             

    Chapter 27: Thoracic and Pelvic Limb
    Cynthia M. Faux and Marcie L. Logsdon, Cha eds.            
    27.1   Humeral fracture – Cynthia M. Faux and Marcie L. Logsdon         
    27.2   Vertebral column trauma – Cynthia M. Faux and Marcie L. Logsdon                                    
    27.3   Pododermititis (bumblefoot) – Cynthia M. Faux and Marcie L. Logsdon                              

    Chapter 28: Integument/Feathers
    Cynthia M. Faux and Marcie L. Logsdon, Chapter editors

    28.1  Impacted uropygial (‘preen’) gland
    Cynthia M. Faux and Marcie L. Logsdon                    

    SECTION VII: APPENDICES
    Appendix 1: Abbreviations used in the text
    Appendix 2: Reference values for physical examination parameters
     Canine/Feline, Equine, Farm animal (Bovine, Caprine, Ovine) and Avian
    Appendix 3: Reference values for complete blood count
    Canine/Feline, Equine, Farm animal (Bovine, Caprine, Ovine) and Avian
    Appendix 4: Reference values for serum biochemistry
    Canine/Feline, Equine, Farm animal (Bovine, Caprine, Ovine) and Avian

    SECTION VII: INDEX 



    About the Editors


    James A. Orsini

    Nora S. Grenager

    Nora S. Grenager is a specialist in internal medicine and has more than ten years of clinical experience. Dr. Grenager has written, edited, and authored books, peer-reviewed papers, and chapters, and has a real-world view of veterinary medicine as a clinical and academic professional.

    Affiliations and Expertise

    Specialist in Internal Medicine

    Alexander de Lahunta

    Alexander de Lahunta graduated from Phillips Academy Andover in 1951 and the New York State College of Veterinary Medicine in 1958. From 1958-1960 he joined the mixed animal practice of Drs. Carol and George Cilley in Concord, NH. He returned to the Department of Anatomy, College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University in 1960 for graduate study, where he was awarded a PhD in 1963 and appointed assistant professor at that time. Dr. de Lahunta spent 42 years on that faculty and retired in 2005. In the mid-1960s he organized and personally ran a consulting service for clinical neurology in the Teaching Hospital, as well as organized and taught a vertically oriented course in veterinary neuroanatomy and clinical neurology to first year students. For varying periods he has taught gross anatomy, embryology, applied anatomy and neuropathology. Dr. de Lahunta also received the ACVIM Robert Kirk Award. Dr. Kirk was his teacher as a student and mentor as a faculty member.

    Affiliations and Expertise

    Department of Biomedical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA

     
     
     
     
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