Anatomy Dissection Related:
This web site is useful at the start of your study. It illustrates/animates directional terms & planes used to navigate the cadaver:
This site is the most intensely used by students. It illustrates cadaver dissections and presents dissection videos per lab:
This web app is useful during the first nine carnivore anatomy labs. It enables you to self-assess your muscle knowledge:
This web app is of interest because it give you a planar perspective of viscera and head anatomy that is different from the dissection viewpoint. It presents MRI, CT, and cadaver slab images:
Anatomy Lecture Related:
This web app focuses on anatomical concepts, giving you an opportunity to clarify your conceptual understanding of veterinary anatomy via self-assessment. Use it to confirm your knowledge and develop reassurance that you grasp essential anatomical ideas. Additionally, a version of the Conepts Checker is available for smart phones:
Narrated synopses highlighting the carnivore Peripheral Nervous System
are presented as mp4 streaming video clips (screencasts). The video topics are: PNS vs CNS divisions of the nervous system; Neuron and Neurohistology background information; Spinal Nerves; Cranial Nerves; and Autonomic Nervous System.:
This web site presents Autonomic Nervous System anatomy and includes physiology & pharmacology. Visceral efferent nerve pathways to canine body regions are emphasized. Preganglionic and postganglionic pathway animations are featured.
This web site presents urinary bladder & urethra embryology, anatomy, physiology and innervation:
This web app depicts canine Cranial Nerves and Cranial Nerve Nuclei, including: a nerve innervation summary table; canine brain attachment sites of nerve roots; identification of nuclear neuron columns per fiber-type in brainstem cartoons; nerve nuclei shown within brainstem transverse tisue sections; and cranial nerve & nuclei innervation targets. It may be used to supplement neuroanatomy lab materials pertaining to cranial nerves and nuclei.