Blackwell's Five-Minute Veterinary Consult Clinical by Heidi B. Lobprise

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By Heidi B. Lobprise

This detailed handbook is the perfect scientific reference for training veterinarians, a short reference for college kids on rotations, and a supplemental or center textual content for comparable sessions within the DVM application. In a hassle-free layout precise to the preferred Blackwell's Five-Minute Veterinary seek advice sequence, assurance incorporates a extensive spectrum of small animal oral and dental ailments, starting from stipulations of irregular improvement, periodontal and endodontic illnesses to tumors and irritating accidents. extra gains contain a suite of shopper handouts and sections dedicated to feline-specific stipulations and simple remedy of unique pets. Introductory chapters hide diagnostics and dental options. With over 2 hundred photos and full-color all through, this quickly reference is a must have for all small animal veterinarians and veterinarians in education.

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These tissue membranes, called fascia, are made of areolar connective tissue and fat tissue. The areolar connective tissue is composed of a relatively small number of cells and a loose, thin network of fibrous intercellular substance, all held together by a large amount of ground substance. Fat tissue (Fig. 1-7) is distributed throughout the body among the soft tissues and in the marrow cavities of bones and is found more or less generously concentrated in certain parts of the body beneath the skin.

A, B. Locations at which clefts occur in the upper lip and lower jaw.

Stratified epithelium is more resistant to hard use than are the simple types of epithelium. By far the most sturdy of all kinds of epithelia is stratified squamous epithelium, which covers all surfaces of the body that are routinely subjected to considerable wear and tear. Stratified squamous epithelium (Figs. 1-3 and 1-4E) makes up both the surface of the skin and the surface of the mucous membrane of the oral cavity. In both of these locations, the epithelium is composed of many layers of cells and, as is true with all epithelia, rests on the basement membrane, which separates the epithelial tissue from its underlying connective tissue.

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