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Course title Topographical Anatomy of Domestic Animals
Course code Vete2004
Credit points 1
ECTS creditpoints 1.50
Total Hours in Course 40
Number of hours for seminars and practical classes 16
Date of course confirmation 16/04/2011
Responsible Unit Preclinical Institute
Course developers
Dr. med. vet., prof. Arnis Mugurēvičs

There is no prerequisite knowledge required for this course
Course abstract
The topographical anatomy is the science about location of the animal tissue and organs accordingly conventional topographical parts of the body. Students must acquire the names of the body parts, must determine the location of bones, connective tissue, muscle, blood-vessels, nerves and viscera in correspondent region. The topographical anatomy is inwrought with surgery and other clinical subjects.
Learning outcomes and their assessment
Knowledge on body areas, muscles, blood vessels, nerves and internal organs location of various species of domestic animals. Skills to practically determine the specific muscles, blood vessels, nerves and internal organs positions of the bodies of domestic animals. Competence - the ability to assess the topography of the organs, analyzes possible deviations and disturbance, precisely specify and describe the localization site of medical manipulation.
Compulsory reading
1. Habel, de Lahunta. Applied veterinary anatomy. Philadelphia, London: W.B.Saunders company, 1986. 330 p.
2. Shively M. Veterinary anatomy: Basic, comparative and clinical. Texas A&M University Press, 1987. 581 p.
3. Gaerret Ph. Guide to ruminant anatomy based on the dissection of the goat., 1988. 101 p. 4. Sack W. Essentials of pig anatomy. Ithaca, New York, 1982. 192 p.
Further reading
1. Bohensky F. Photo manual and dissection guide of the cat. Wayne, New Jersey: Avery publishing, 1979. 167 p.
2. Millers. Guide to the dissection of the dog. Evans H., Lahunta de A. Philadelphia, London: W.B.Saunders company, 1980. 318 p. 3. Nomina Anatômica Veterinária. 5th edition, 2005 [tiešsaiste] [skatīts 07.01.2013.]. Pieejams: