By Klaus Dieter Budras, W. O. Sack
A revised version of a really profitable booklet. the recent version includes new chapters at the eye, stomach, lady replica, ultrasonography and orthopaedics. The atlas is beautifully illustrated all through with color drawings, photos, and radiographs delivering the reader with specified info at the constitution, functionality, and scientific software of all equine physique structures and their interplay within the dwell animal. Already stated via scholars and lecturers as a vital source for studying and revision, this 5th version may be a important reference for veterinary practitioners and if you personal and paintings with horses.
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From the branches of the deep dermal network, nerves branch off at the base of a lamella. Nerve end-corpuscles (tactile corpuscles) lie predominantly in the subcutis of the frog and heel. They appear moreover in the subcutaneous cushion of the periople and coronary dermis. Suspensory Apparatus of the Coffin Bone Hoof capsule and dermis, distal phalanx (Dorsolateral view) Wall epidermis External layer (periople) Middle layer Perioplic dermis 1– Internal layer Coronary dermis 2 Wall corium 2' Dermal lamellae 2'' Reticular layer 3 Distal phalanx Transverse section Horizontal section Coronary epidermis 1 2 3 4 Ungular cartilage Perioplic cushion Coronary cushion Digital cushion Plantar process of the distal phalanx Dermis of the sole Sole (angle) Frog 5 Solear border Central sulcus of the frog Crus of the frog Deep digital flexor tendon Paracuneal sulcus Bar (pars inflexa) 6 Medial and lateral digital artery, vein, and nerve (Dorsolateral view) Coronary branch of the digital nerve Median section Suspensory apparatus of the coffin bone Arrows: Pressure Tension Pressure Axis of rotation Curved arrows: Coffin bone rotation Digital extensor tendon 7 Coronary artery and vein Accessory cartilage 8 Dermal vessels 9 Artery of the hoof wall 9' Artery of the coffin bone 4 12 Branch of the digital cushion 11 Venous plexus 10 Artery and vein of the solear border 29 8.
The supporting structures enclosed by the hoof include the following: the distal portion of the middle phalanx, the distal phalanx with the insertions of the extensor and flexor tendons, the coffin joint with its capsule and collateral ligaments (see p. 15), the navicular bone and the medial and lateral hoof cartilages. These lie against the concave deep surface of the hoof but project with their dorsal borders above the coronary border of the wall. Several ligaments attach the hoof cartilages to the three phalanges and to the navicular bone.
By these intensive connections in the form of intercellular junctions and interdigitating cell processes, the tensile force is finally transferred to the coronary horn in the epidermal part of the suspensory apparatus of the coffin bone. This then rests as a pressure force on the solear border of the hoof plate. II. The vessels that supply the hoof originate from the lateral and medial plantar (palmar) digital arteries (6) and veins. Functionalanatomically it should be noted that the lateral and medial digital arteries are multiply connected with each other by their branches (coronal artery [a.
Anatomy of the Horse (Vet (Schlutersche)) by Klaus Dieter Budras, W. O. Sack