PDF | 10 minutes read | On Apr 1, , Shigeto Yamashiro and others published Dellmann's Textbook of Veterinary Histology, 6th ed. Dellmann's Textbook of Veterinary Histology, 6th Edition (With CD) The leading veterinary histology text returns with a fully updated sixth edition. Written in a PDF MB File type: NRG MB Download PDF File Download NRG File. This textbook has been revised for students starting the – academic year. The book comes with a CD-ROM containing photomicrographs of the.
|Language:||English, Spanish, German|
|Distribution:||Free* [*Registration needed]|
Dr. Ruth Reuter is a private consultant specialising in veterinary pathology and cytology and holds Diplomate status with the American College. Dellmann's Textbook of Veterinary Histology.. [Jo Ann Eurell; Brian L Frappier] -- The leading veterinary histology text returns with a fully updated sixth edition. Study Dellmann's Textbook of Veterinary Histology (6th Edition) discussion and chapter questions and find Dellmann's Textbook of Veterinary Histology (6th.
ISBN The editors, Eurell and Frappier, have authored or co-authored 5 chapters that are similar to the previous edition, but there are several new authors who have written chapters for this edition.
This comprehensive textbook covers both general histology dealing with cells and tissues, and microscopic anatomy of organ systems with information on species differences. This veterinary histology textbook, however, has been written by many authors who are currently teaching in veterinary schools and who are considered experts in their field. As such, this book is sufficiently comprehensive to be used as a reference for graduate students or professionals in other areas of discipline such as anatomical pathology and clinical pathology.
Cell biology and general histology study of tissues are covered in Chapters 1—6. The 1st chapter Cytology , written by a new author, describes the structure and function of the organelles and inclusions at a depth sufficient for students in biological science to understand the eukaryotic cell.
Since the organ is made up of cells and tissues and the function of an organ is attributed to the cells that characterize the organ, it is essential for students to learn general histology prior to studying the organ systems. The newer edition is written with more recent information and improved quality of illustrations.
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 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. Chapter 15 Endocrine System is written by new authors. A few micrographs have been added, and there is clearer labelling on these micrographs than those in previous editions.
Also, the list of suggested readings has been expanded. Chapter 16 Integument is written by the same author. The amount of information is adequate for veterinary students and it is well written. There is one mistake in labelling the inner and outer auricula of the cow.
This is an easy mistake to make, but it has been there for a long time without anyone noticing it, long before the current author took over the chapter. Both chapters have new illustrations and information that will be useful for students of pathology.
The CD-ROM provided with the book is a compilation of the photomicrographs in color, as the illustrations of the book are in a black and white. It is a compromise to keep the textbook at a reasonable price. Since students must learn histology by using microscopes, the relatively poor quality of the CD-ROM does not affect the value of the textbook. There are many other atlases and Web sites that students can use to view the photographs.
Laboratory exercise of learning the handling of the microscopes cannot be replaced by any kind of teaching aid.
This book has evolved not only into an excellent textbook for veterinary students, but also a ready reference book for established veterinarians. National Center for Biotechnology Information , U.
Journal List Can Vet J v. Can Vet J. Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.
Upcoming SlideShare. Like this presentation? Why not share! An annual anal Embed Size px. Start on. Show related SlideShares at end.
Published in: Full Name Comment goes here. Are you sure you want to Yes No. Be the first to like this.