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Necropsy Guide for Dogs, Cats, and Small Mammals is a complete, practical resource for performing necropsies on dogs, cats, rabbits, rodents, and ferrets in the veterinary clinic, animal shelter, research laboratory, or in the field. * Provides practical guidance on all aspects of performing an necropsy on dogs, cats, and small mammals and interpreting the results * Presents more than 200 full-color images to demonstrate techniques and findings * Offers step-by-step instructions for the necropsy process and collecting samples * Includes an anatomy review, discussion of dissection techniques,…mehr

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Necropsy Guide for Dogs, Cats, and Small Mammals is a complete, practical resource for performing necropsies on dogs, cats, rabbits, rodents, and ferrets in the veterinary clinic, animal shelter, research laboratory, or in the field. * Provides practical guidance on all aspects of performing an necropsy on dogs, cats, and small mammals and interpreting the results * Presents more than 200 full-color images to demonstrate techniques and findings * Offers step-by-step instructions for the necropsy process and collecting samples * Includes an anatomy review, discussion of dissection techniques, and list of common artifacts and post-mortem changes for each organ system * Supports veterinarians in performing a necropsy in any setting, including animal shelters, veterinary clinics, research laboratories, and in the field

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  • Verlag: John Wiley & Sons
  • Seitenzahl: 224
  • Erscheinungstermin: 28.11.2016
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781119115670
  • Artikelnr.: 47381637
Autorenporträt
Sean P. McDonough, DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACVP, is an Associate Professor at Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine in Ithaca, New York, USA. Teresa Southard, DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACVP, is an Assistant Clinical Professor at Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine in Ithaca, New York, USA.
Inhaltsangabe
List of Contributors xv

Foreword xvii

Acknowledgments xix

About the Companion Website xxi

Part I Necropsy Fundamentals 1

1 Introduction to the Necropsy 3
Sean P. McDonough and Teresa Southard

1.1 What is a Necropsy? 3

1.2 Why do a Necropsy? 3

1.3 What Information Can and Cannot Be Gained from a Necropsy 3

1.4 When to Refer a Necropsy 4

2 Necropsy Basics 9
Sean P. McDonough and Teresa Southard

2.1 Necropsy Facilities 9

2.2 Necropsy Equipment 9

2.3 Safety Considerations 13

2.3.1 Cuts and Punctures 14

2.3.2 Zoonotic Disease 14

2.3.3 Formalin 15

2.4 The Importance of a Good History 15

2.5 The Necropsy Report 15

2.5.1 Gross Description 15

2.5.2 Gross Findings 16

2.5.3 Gross Diagnosis 16

2.5.4 Comment 16

2.6 Postmortem Changes 16

3 The Necropsy Procedure 21
Sean P. McDonough and Teresa Southard3.1 Introduction 21

3.2 Weigh the Body 21

3.3 External Examination 21

3.4 Reflect the Skin and Right Limbs 22

3.5 Open the Abdominal Cavity 26

3.6 Puncture the Diaphragm 27

3.7 Open the Thoracic Cavity 27

3.8 Open the Pericardium 28

3.9 In Situ Examination of Organs 29

3.10 Remove the Adrenal Glands 30

3.11 Remove the Pluck 30

3.12 Remove the Gastrointestinal Tract, Liver, and Spleen 32

3.13 Remove the Urogenital Organs 34

3.14 Remove the Head 35

3.15 Take Out the Eyes 35

3.16 Remove the Brain 36

3.17 Remove the Pituitary Gland 37

Bibliography 37

Part II Organ Systems 39

4 The Integumentary System 41
Jeanine Peters-Kennedy

4.1 Anatomy Review 41

4.1.1 External Ear Canal Anatomy 42

4.2 In Situ Examination and Removal 42

4.2.1 Primary Lesions 42

4.2.2 Lesions that May Be Primary or Secondary 43

4.2.3 Secondary Skin Lesions 43

4.3 Organ Examination, Sectioning, and Fixation 44

4.3.1 Cytology 44

4.3.2 Skin Scrapes 44

4.3.3 Hair Examination (Trichogram) 44

4.3.4 Examination of the External Ear Canal 44

4.3.5 Sampling the Skin 45

4.4 Common Artifacts and Postmortem Changes 46

Bibliography 46

5 The Musculoskeletal System 49
Teresa Southard

5.1 Anatomy Review 49

5.1.1 Bones and Joints 49

5.1.2 Teeth 51

5.1.3 Skeletal Muscle 52

5.2 In Situ Evaluation, Sectioning, and Fixation 52

5.2.1 Bones 52

5.2.2 Joints, Tendons, and Ligaments 54

5.2.3 Skeletal Muscle 55

5.3 Special Techniques 55

5.3.1 Postmortem Imaging 55

5.3.2 Cleaning Bones 56

5.3.3 India Ink Evaluation of Articular Cartilage 56

5.3.4 Examining the Intervertebral Discs 56

5.3.5 Submitting Muscle for Additional Tests 56

5.4 Common Artifacts and Postmortem Changes 56

Bibliography 57

6 The Cardiovascular System 59
Kathleen M. Kelly

6.1 Anatomy Review 59

6.1.1 Right Heart 59

6.1.2 Left Heart 60

6.1.3 Vessels: Great and Small 60

6.1.4 Contextual Cardiac Embryology and Congenital Heart Malformations 62
6.2 In Situ Evaluation and Removal 63

6.3 Organ Examination, Sectioning, and Fixation 64

6.4 Common Artifacts, Non-lesions, and Postmortem Changes 66

Bibliography 68

7 The Respiratory System 69
Elizabeth L. Buckles and TeresaSouthard

7.1 Anatomy Review 69

7.2 In Situ Evaluation and Removal 71

7.3 Organ Examination, Sectioning, and Fixation 72

7.3.1 Larynx and Trachea 72

7.3.2 Lungs 73

7.3.3 Nasal Cavity and Sinuses 74

7.4 Special Techniques 74

7.5 Common Artifacts and Postmortem Changes 75

Bibliography 75

8 The Alimentary System 77
Gerald E. Duhamel

8.1 Anatomy Review 77

8.1.1 The Oropharyngeal Cavity 77

8.1.2 The Salivary Glands 78

8.1.3 The Esophagus 78

8.1.4 The Stomach 79

8.1.5 The Small Intestine 79

8.1.6 The Large Intestine 81

8.1.7 The Intestinal Vasculature and Nervous System 82

8.2 In Situ Evaluation and Removal 82

8.2.1 The Esophagus 83

8.2.2 The Gastrointestinal Tract 83

8.3 Organ Examination, Sectioning, and Fixation 85

8.3.1 Gastrointestinal Tract 85

8.4 Special T