Veterinary Animal Scans on The Table

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Veterinary Animal Scans on The Table

Postby Jenny Liu » Wed Oct 14, 2015 4:28 pm

Our case library has a vast number of animal scans available. Veterinary schools, high school biology classes, animal science courses, comparative anatomy courses, and more have used these scans to get a better understanding of anatomy.

We wanted to take some time to showcase a few of our favorites in the library.

1. A Dog Named Angel
2. An Alligator Skull
3. An Owl for Halloween
4. An Arthritic Horse's Limb
5. A Fluffy Bunny
6. A Pelican Beak
7. A Parrot for Thanksgiving?!
8. A Helping Hand (Gorilla)
9. Knee Help? (Gorilla)
10. Gorilla Foot
10. Baby Gator
11. Christmas Ham
12. Tuxedo Penguin
13. Blazer-- Man's Best Friend
14. Our Furry Feline
15. Turtle vs Tortoise
16. Kobe the Canine
17. Broncos vs Panthers
18. Year of the Monkey
19. Sugar Glider
20. Two -headed Calf
21. A Mouse
22. Eye of the Tiger
23. Leave it to Beaver
24. A Pig's Heart Attack

Question:
What is your favorite animal?
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Re: Veterinary Animal Scans on The Table

Postby Jenny Liu » Wed Oct 14, 2015 5:20 pm

Angel is one of our cuddliest dogs in our animal scan collection!
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Re: Veterinary Animal Scans on The Table

Postby dawgdoc » Wed Oct 21, 2015 1:15 pm

Thanks Jenny!
I'm hoping to incorporate the table into my comparative anatomy class as well. I have some turtle X-rays I'll donate. Non mammal stuff would be very, very cool.

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Re: Veterinary Animal Scans on The Table

Postby Jenny Liu » Wed Oct 21, 2015 2:04 pm

Thanks! This week we will showcase an alligator skull!

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Re: Veterinary Animal Scans on The Table

Postby Jenny Liu » Thu Oct 22, 2015 11:09 am

dawgdoc wrote:Thanks Jenny!
I'm hoping to incorporate the table into my comparative anatomy class as well. I have some turtle X-rays I'll donate. Non mammal stuff would be very, very cool.


You asked for it dawgdoc, so this week we will feature our awesome alligator skull just for you. We hope you like it! Keep the requests coming!

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Re: Veterinary Animal Scans on The Table

Postby Jenny Liu » Thu Oct 29, 2015 11:19 am

You're in for a spooky treat! This week, we conjured up this owl beauty just in time for Halloween.

"Hoot" thinks they have even better scans for Halloween? If so, we'd love to see them!

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Re: Veterinary Animal Scans on The Table

Postby Jenny Liu » Thu Nov 05, 2015 10:51 am

November kicks off what finally feels like Autumn at our California headquarters!

Unfortunately, there will be very little kicking from this week's scans as we focus on a horse with an arthritic limb.

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Re: Veterinary Animal Scans on The Table

Postby Jenny Liu » Thu Nov 12, 2015 10:37 am

"Rough week at school as midterms and papers weigh you down? I hope this scan of our "fluffy" bunny will cheer you up.

What scans would you like to see as we usher in the holiday season?"

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Re: Veterinary Animal Scans on The Table

Postby Jenny Liu » Thu Nov 19, 2015 1:18 pm

We're shaking things up this week for our Veterinary Scans readers.

Guess the identity of the animal in these scans! First person to guess it correctly and you'll win a beautiful full body anatomy poster.

If nobody gets it, we'll reveal the answer next week. Good luck!

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Re: Veterinary Animal Scans on The Table

Postby Jenny Liu » Tue Nov 24, 2015 9:39 am

For all of those who peeked at last week's scan, it was the beak of a pelican!

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