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MSc Anatomy Portfolio




The other day I was sorting through my notes and assignments from my MSc Veterinary

Physiotherapy at Writtle. I came across my anatomy portfolio which I thought some of you would be interested to see! The portfolio looks at both dogs and horses.




For the portfolio I was required to pick 8 possible injuries seen in dogs and/or horses. I chose:


Dogs - Elbow Dysplasia, Gracilis Rupture, Humeral Fracture and Sciatic nerve Injury.


Horses - Cervical Vertebral Malformation, Proximal Suspensory Desmopathy, Hamstring Injury and Traumatic Arthritis of the Fetlock.


I then undertook dissections so I could photograph the anatomical structures linked to each of the chosen injuries. I completed the portfolio by writing a short synopsis of each injury - this included causes, recognition and treatment.


If you click on the below link you can download a the portfolio as a PDF. Please be aware it does include dissection pictures!


https://612b5403-d30f-4062-b1ab-b9d3943ebeed.usrfiles.com/ugd/612b54_031188b8ddc145d8a6a31cd000aaa0b7.pdf


Any questions feel free to ask!


Claire :)



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