Understanding terminology ensures doctors and technicians have a shared method of communicating, which helps avoid confusion when pinpointing structures and describing locations of lesions. Knowing your directional terms makes things clear and saves time!
Topics: Facts, Anatomical and Directional Terminology, Infographic
The following veterinary infographic is on the comparative anatomy of the canine, bovine and equine forelimb. It includes the Scapula, Humerus, Radius, Ulna, Carpals, Metacarpals, and Phalanges bones.
Technically this canine vaccine is different, but they are kind of the same...
Both are vaccine acronyms for the viruses they protect against the following.
Topics: Facts, DHPP, Canine Vaccine, DA2PP
Hey Vet Student, the NAVLE is going to be here before you know it. It’s time to implement a NAVLE study plan so you can tackle the most important exam of your career with confidence! We’ve created detailed study plan so you can use your study time wisely and conquer the NAVLE review questions.