Canine Cross-sectional Anatomy and MRI (CCAM) Atlas
The CCAM Atlas is an embalmed cadaveric female canine specimen sectioned transversely, imaged using MRI, displayed in perspex anatomical pots, and incorporated into a series of interactive online tutorials based on regions of the body. It consists of 52 transverse potted sections, which are on display in the CAA, and is available to students for self directed study as well as for use in dissection room practical classes.
Cross sectional anatomy of canine head and neck
Canine head and neck cross sections will be available soon.
If you have a problem with the educational resources on the CCCA website, please contact Liz Gaze in the first instance.
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