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Ungulate Anatomy Courseware
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Ungulate Dissection Labs Preview/Review
This web site was designed for veterinary students studying Ungulate Anatomy at the University of Minnesota. It features equine, ruminant, camelid, & porcine anatomy content developed at the U of MN by Dr. V. S. Cox and his colleagues. For each of 20 labs: laboratory objectives, terminology, instructor commentary, and labeled cadaver images with captions are presented. The web site enables students to preview subject matter content prior to a Lab and susequently to review subject matter prior to exams. Students may toggle image labels on/off to self-assess their anatomical knowledge. The keyboard may be used to toggle labels and navigate among images.

Links to Ungulate Dissection & Tutorial Videos
This URL presents a menu of Ungulate YouTube videos from the University of Minnesota, produced and narrated by Abby Brown, AAS, CVT. The videos include pony and calf regional dissections and tutorial videos utilizing Veterinary Anatomy Museum specimens. The latter include equine, bovine & porcine skeletal, digestive, and heart/lung specimens.

Equine Head Quiz
This self-assessment "quiz" presents equine skull and head features labeled on images previously published by Prof. Peter Popesko. Numbered structures are revealed by sequential navigation, via Previous/Next button or keybord arrows. Four skull views, two regional views and head vessels are presented. The Quiz was compiled origninally by Rachel Spencer, DVM, Class of 2016, for the benefit of her classmates.

Designed For Running
This web site presents anatomical adaptations for running in ungulate and carnivore quadrupeds, contrasting design compromises that are imposed by diet (herbivore vs. carnivore).

University of Minnesota Veterinary Anatomy Museum
This web site presents a slide-show of images from the Veterinary Anatomy Museum at the University of Minnesota. Images are categorized by Species, Anatomical Region, Disease Condition, and Type of Specimen Preservation.