Visual Aids and Their Application To the Teaching of Veterinary Medicine

Date
1955
Authors
Getty, R.
Journal Title
Journal ISSN
Volume Title
Publisher
Altmetrics
Authors
Research Projects
Organizational Units
Series
Abstract

Within the past two decades, the scope of veterinary anatomy instruction has been broadened to include not only the detailed study of the horse, but also that of each of the domesticated animals as well. However, the over-all trend throughout the country has been to decrease the allotted time for dissection. This has resulted in a wide discrepancy between the vast amount of material that each student is expected to master and the time which is allotted him to accomplish this feat. Today, we are attempting to teach the anatomy of more than half a dozen animals in less time than was formerly allotted to the horse alone.

Description
Keywords
Anatomy
Citation
DOI
Source
Collections