|A web site for veterinary students studying Veterinary Neurobiology (CVM 6120) at the University of Minnesota. Content includes labelled histologic images and diagrams, and text. A useful reference for the first-year Neuroscience course at PennVet.|
|Created by the Department of Anatomy at the University of Bristol, the CALnet - web based tutorials were designed to supplement first and second year BVSc anatomy. Topics covered: Comparative Gross Anatomy, Developmental Anatomy, Neuroanatomy, exotics, and lab animal handling and sexing techniques. Additional content includes clinical case studies and dissection guides (canine, equine, ruminant, porcine). *Note: As of January 2005, this website is no longer in active development.|
|Created by the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine, this site provides a sectional atlas of the normal canine lumbosacral spine in 3 planes: transverse, sagittal, and dorsal. Each series was constructed using photographs of frozen gross anatomic sections.|
This web site (intended for first-year veterinary students studying CVM 6120, Veterinary Neurobiology, at the University of Minnesota) presents domestic mammalian brain neuroanatomy from a gross anatomical perspective. Per brain region, neural components are listed in hierarchal order, and there are links to labeled images of brain surfaces, brain dissections, vessels and cranial nerves.