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PDF | 10 minutes read | On Apr 1, , Shigeto Yamashiro and others published Dellmann's Textbook of Veterinary Histology, 6th ed. PDF | On Oct 1, , S. Yamashiro and others published APPLIED VETERINARY HISTOLOGY. Cover image for Veterinary Histology. Download this book. EPUB3 · EPUB · Digital PDF · MOBI. Book Description: Veterinary Histology is a microscopic anatomy.
Chapter 13 Female Reproductive System is written by the same authors as the previous edition. The digestive system is another system where species differences due to diet or mechanism of digestion are important. If you do not receive an email within 10 minutes, your email address may not be registered, and you may need to create a new Wiley Online Library account. Returning user. External link. Nasal cavity, Paranasal sinuses, and Vomeronasal Organ Air conduction:
The photomicrographs in the 6th edition are not only of a better quality but also labelled clearly.
The only disappointment was in the schematic drawing of hematopoiesis in which cytokines are written in grey and are hardly legible. The terminology used in the development of erythrocytic and granulocytic series is consistent with that decided on by the hematological society, and the same terminology will be used in clinical pathology.
It is beneficial for the students to learn the terminology of the hematology while studying veterinary histology. There is, however, room for improvement.
A larger marker arrows pointing to Fascia Adherens of the intercalated disc will make it easier for the students to identify the structure as the arrows on the micrograph are barely visible. Chapter 6 Nervous Tissue is written with an additional author.
Notable improvements are better illustrations and a longer list of suggested readings. Chapter 7 Cardiovascular System begins the organ systems, and is written by a new person, but the descriptions and illustrations have remained almost the same as the previous edition, except for the addition of a photomicrograph of the lymph vessel with valves.
Chapter 8 Immune System is written by the same authors as the previous edition.
A schematic drawing of antigen-antigen receptor interaction has been added, to help readers understand the basic mechanism of immune responses involving MHC antigens.
The structure is obvious when the lymphocytic cuffing is seen in the red pulp rather than in the white pulp where diffuse lymphoid tissue extends away from the cuff. As species difference is very prominent in the spleen, the structure must be described in the context of the species. Another flaw is in the diagram of the blood circulation in which one of the branches of the arteriole is going through the lymphatic nodule.
The arterioles accompany the cuffing of the T-cells and do not go through the nodule which is composed of B-cells. Nevertheless, the chapter is well written and is a valuable resource for veterinary students to integrate the structure with function of the lymphoid organs.
Chapter 9 Respiratory System and Chapter 10 Digestive System have been written by the same authors as the previous edition and both have adequate information for veterinary students. The digestive system is another system where species differences due to diet or mechanism of digestion are important.
Inclusion of hypsodont teeth structure and structure of ruminant forestomach can be the examples of the species differences. There is a need to update the terminology for the terminal hepatic venule, which is described as the central vein.
Concise descriptions of the avian digestive system included in this book will be useful for students when they study avian pathology. Chapter 11 Urinary System is written by a new author and it is written well, particularly on the histophysiology of the kidney.
The diagram has been used for a long time and it was a good decision to drop it as it had an excessively long and detailed caption. Chapter 12 Male Reproductive System has an additional author.
This chapter describes not only the basic structure and function of the male reproductive organs but also gives a large amount of information on species differences. Chapter 13 Female Reproductive System is written by the same authors as the previous edition. The new edition includes information on species differences in the estrous cycle in addition to information on cyclic changes of the vaginal epithelium.
The information is useful in theriogenology as well.
Chapter 14 Placentation is written by the same authors as the 5th edition. Comparison of different species is very useful in understanding the fetal pathology since it is often related to the type of placenta characteristic of the species. Such information can be used by researchers in toxicology and immunology, particularly the immunology of pregnancy.
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Highlights of the Sixth Edition include: An interactive CD-ROM histology atlas, including more than high-quality color images, each accompanied by identifying labels and descriptive legends. Two-page insert contains full-color histology images.
Comprehensive listings of suggested readings at the end of each chapter encourage further study. The text is organized by body region, allowing the presentation to emphasize comparative species information so students can better appreciate how species differ in regard to key structures. Report This. Please complete the required fields.