Sheep Brain Anatomy with Labeled Diagram

Sheep Brain Anatomy Dissection

The sheep brain anatomy consists of 3 major parts – prosencephalon (forebrain), mesencephalon (midbrain), and rhombencephalon (hindbrain). These 3 main parts of the sheep brain again divide into specific segments. There are also 5 different lobes in the sheep brain structure – frontal, parietal, occipital, temporal, and limbic area. The different anatomical features of the … Read more

Cow Kidney Anatomy – External and Internal Features with Diagram

Cow Kidney Anatomy Labeled Diagram

The cow kidney anatomy consists of paired lobulated oval or bean-shaped organs. Both these kidneys (right and left) possess grossly distinct surfaces, borders, and extremities. Again, in the structure of the cow kidney, you will find 2 major features – the capsule and cavity of the kidney. The cavity of the cow kidney possesses different … Read more

Cow Leg Anatomy – Bone, Muscles, and Vessels from Front and Hind Legs

Cow Leg Anatomy

The cow leg anatomy consists of bones, muscles, nerves, and vessels. Bones are the hardest and main component of the cow leg structure. Again, the muscles are also essential as most vessels and nerves pass along or within them. Here, I will share details information on the cow front and hind leg anatomy with the … Read more

Cow Heart Anatomy – 4 Chambers with Labeled Diagram

Cow Heart Anatomy

The cow heart anatomy comprises both external and internal essential features. It occupies the more significant part of the middle mediastinum space (thoracic cavity) of a cow. The shape of a cow heart is somewhat irregular and flattened cone (hollow muscular organ). For a veterinary student, it is essential to know the exact location of … Read more

How is Lymph Formed and Transported – Lymph Circulation Flow Chart

How is Lymph Formed

The lymph is a clear, colorless fluid in the lymph capillaries, vessels, trunk, ducts, and sinus of the lymph nodes. Its composition is similar to the plasma (with slight variation) and returns to normal blood circulation through the cranial vena cava. But how is lymph formed and transported into normal blood circulation? If you have … Read more

Fetal Circulation Flow Chart with Explanation

Fetal Circulation Flow Chart Diagram

Fetal circulation is somewhat different than the general blood circulation in the animal’s body. I will provide the fetal circulation flow chart diagram in this short article. Here, you will also find a concise explanation of this short fetal circulation flow from the foetus. Let’s see how fetal blood circulation differs from the normal blood … Read more

Dog Lung Anatomy – Canine Right and Left Lungs Lobes

Dog Lung Anatomy Lobe Diagram

The dog lung anatomy consists of different lobes, surfaces, borders, apex, and base. There are right and left lungs in a dog which are considered the main organ of respiration. These two lungs of a dog occupy most of the parts of the thoracic cavity and are separated by the mediastinum. Again, each of these … Read more