ETRIS: Education & Training Resources in In-Vivo Sciences

Anatomy and physiology of research animals

3D Canine Anatomy

http://www.biosphera.com.br/e-veterinary-dog-anatomy.asp

3D Canine Anatomy is a 3D computer animation of a dog. The animation can be rotated so that organs or systems of interest can be viewed from different angles and degrees of approximation, with the ability to visualise individual body systems in isolation or in combination with multiple systems.

This animation is commercially available, with individually licences allowing the software to be downloaded on up to two computers.

This resource would be of use in both undergraduate and postgraduate education to demonstrate the relative location and anatomy of different body systems

Other resources in this category:

  • 3D Canine Anatomy - view
  • 3D Rat Anatomy - view
  • Interspecies Database - view
  • Online Veterinary Anatomy Museum - view
  • Rodent Reference Information - view
  • Wikivet - view

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