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Muzzle (in a horse) =

planum nasale

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Nostril =

Nares

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Forehead =

Frontal

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Poll =

Occiput

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jaw =

mandible

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throat latch (in a horse) =

laryngeal region

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crest =

dorsal neck, collum (of a horse)

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Neck =

lateral collum, cervical

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Withers =

interscapular region

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Shoulder =

scapular (omo) region

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Arm =

brachium

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Breast =

Presternal area, pectoral (of a horse)

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Elbow =

Cubital region

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Forearm =

Antebrachium

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Knee =

Carpus

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Fetlock =

Metacarpophalangeal

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Cannon =

Metacarpus

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Pastern =

Proximal interphalangeal

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Coronet =

coronary border

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Forefoot =

Manus, foot

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Back =

dorsum

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Loin (in a horse) =

Lumbar, paralumbar

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Barrel =

Costal region (of a horse)

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Croup =

Sacral region (of a horse)

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Tail head =

supracauda

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Tail =

Cauda

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Point of the hip =

tuber coxae

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flank =

lateral abdominal area

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belly =

medial abdominal area

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buttocks =

gluteal region (of a horse)

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thigh =

femoral region

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stifle =

genu, kneel

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leg or gaskin =

crus, crural

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hock =

tarsus

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hindfoot =

pes

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sheath =

prepuce (of a horse)

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horns =

cornua (of cattle)

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muzzle (of cattle) =

planum nasolabiale

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throat =

laryngeal region (of cattle)

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brisket =

presternal area, pectoral (of cattle)

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dewclaw =

2nd, 5th digits (of cattle)

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loin (in cattle) =

lumbar

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hollow of flank =

paralumbar fossa (in cattle)

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ribs =

costal region (of cattle)

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rump =

sacral region (of cattle)

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hooks =

tuber coxae (of cattle)

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udder =

inguinal mammary glands (of cattle)

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teats =

mammary papillae (of cattle)

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milk veins =

superficial epigastric veins (of cattle)

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milk well =

dilatation of superficial epigastric vein (of cattle)

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dewlap =

median cervical skin fold (of cattle)

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pins =

Ischial tuberosity (of cattle)

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what is a splint?

inflammation assoc. with periosteum which can cause excess bone growth

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see pg. 8 in scavma notes

:)

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3 components of manus in dogs

carpals, metacarpals, and phalanges

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knee =

carpal joint

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cannon =

third metacarpal (in horses)

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"manus" means

foot

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"carpus" means

knee

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ankle joint =

fetlock joint

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"long pastern" =

first phalanx (P1) in horses

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"short pastern" =

second phalanx (P2)

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"coffin" =

third phalanx (P3)

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where would the axial line of a horse leg run?

Looking at the cranial surface of the leg, it would run directly down the middle of the leg

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where would the abaxial line of a horse leg run?

down the lateral or medial surfaces of the leg

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