Anatomy and Physiology: Complete Series
- By Les Sellnow
- Apr 04, 2008
Learn how your horse’s body works in this free special report about equine anatomy and physiology. We look in-depth at the horse’s skin, types of joints, forelegs, hind legs, feet, head and neck, back, muscles, tendons and ligaments, digestive system, circulatory and respiratory systems, male and female reproductive tracts, and details of the nomenclature used to discuss anatomy and physiology
Download the entire 12-part series on horse anatomy and physiology. The series begins with an overview of horse anatomy and physiology along with basic terminology essential when discussing various conditions with a veterinarian, and how the horse’s skin protects underlying tissues and regulates body temperature.
- Could Horses' Neck Postures Indicate Back Pain?
- Study Evaluates Unintentional Weight Loss in Horses
- Diagnosing Equine Neck Conditions
- Horses' Physiologic Responses to Exercise
- Muscle Problems Can Cause Poor Equine Performance
- Effects of Food Deprivation on Horses' Cardiac Function
- Horse Gaits: Sound Doesn't Equal Symmetrical
- Supportive Care for Foals with Pharyngeal Dysfunction
- Top Medicine Studies of 2011 (AAEP 2011)
- Repairing Jaw Fractures in the Field (AAEP 2011)