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Teaching veterinary anatomy

horse larynx, from an animation canine visual lesions

C)Skeletons Display Although a very old method for studying anat- omy, animals models and skeleton is still used and is an indispensable method of learning anatomy.

Conclusion

The involvement of the new tech-

Computed

Tomography

(CT),

Magnetic

Resonance

Images

niques

( Digital X-ray

images,

(MIR), scopy,

Ultrasonography, Fluoroscopy, 3D

Endo- Image,

animation, CDs…etc ) in the anat- omy tutorial in Egypt, as well as in the other Arabic countries be- comes essential to follow the in- ternational steps and to prepare the students to the clinical stage of veterinary study. The need to include the applied anatomy either in the anatomy tu- torial or as a separate course for the clinical phase students be- comes necessary . Some wild animal species( am-

phibian, birds and needs to be studied graduates .

mammal ) by the post-

J. vet. anat.

53

A.S.Saber

References

www.flirthermography.com www.infraredtraining.com http://www.medicinenet.com http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scintigraphy

Medical Imaging : Techniques Reflection & Evaluation by Elizabeth Carver (Author), Barry Carver (Editor) 2006.

Pattern Recognition for Medical Imaging by Anke Meyer-Base ISBN: 9780124932906

Modalities by Cornelius T Leondes (Editor) ISBN: 978981256992

Vol 1 No1, (2008) 48 - 53

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