Image from page 95 of "The diseases of live stock and their most efficient remedies : including horses, cattle, cows, sheep, swine, fowls, dogs, etc. ..." (1886)
Title: The diseases of live stock and their most efficient remedies : including horses, cattle, cows, sheep, swine, fowls, dogs, etc. ...
Year: 1886 (1880s)
Authors: Miller, William B. E Tellor, Lloyd V
Subjects: Horses Veterinary medicine
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : L.C. Hascall & Co.
Contributing Library: Webster Family Library of Veterinary Medicine
Digitizing Sponsor: Tufts University
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FIG. 19.—EXTEKNAIi ANATOMY OF THE H0E8B. 1. Muzzle. 23. Eibs. 2. Nostril. 24, 24. Girth. 3. Forehead. 25. Loin3. 4. Jaw. 26. Croup. 5, Poll. 27. Hip. 6. Crest. 28. Flank. 7. Windpipe. 29. The sheath. 8. Shoulderblade. 30. The root of the tail 9. Point of Shoulder. 31. The hip joint. 10. Breast. 32. The stifle joint. 11. Arm. 33. Lower thigh. 12. Elbow. 34. The quarters. 13. Forearm. 35. The hock. 14. Knee. 36. The point of the hock. 15. Cannon bone. 37. The curb place. 16. Back sinew. 38. The cannon bone. 17. Fetlock, or pastern joint. 39. Back sinew. 18. Coronet. 40. Fetlock, or pastern joint. 19. Hoof. 41. Coronet. 20. Heel. 42. Hoof. 21. Withers. 43. Heel. 22. Back. 44. Spavin place. Internal Ancdomy of tJie Horse. 85
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FIG. 20.—INTERNAL ANATOMY OF THE HORSE. 1. The poll or occiput. 2. The lesser brain, cerebellum. 3. The greater brain, cerebrum. 4, The membranes of the nostrils. 5. The tongue. 6. The bones of the neck. 7, 7. The spinal cord. 8. The throat, or pharynx. 9, 9. The gullet, or oesophagus. 10. Entrance of the gullet into the stomach. 11. Exit from the stomach into the bowele. 12. The surface of the diaphragm. 13. The windpipe. 14. The lungs. 15. The heart. a. The stomach. b. The spleen. c. The kidney. d. One side of the womb. e. The rectum, or lower bowel, /. The anus. 9> A, i, k, I. The muscles of the thigli. Diseases of the Horse. 87 CHAPTER I. DISEASES OP THE BRAIN AND NERVOUS SYSTEM. Congestion and Inflammation of the Bjain—Phrenitis—Mad, Blind or Sleepy Staggers.Cereb ro-spinal Ileningitis.Convulsive Diseases or Fits—Apoplexy—Epilepsy—Falling Sickness—St. Vitus Dance or StringhaU.Megrims— Vertigo—Giddiness.Sunstroke.Paralysis or Palsy.Tetanus or Lockjaw.Hydrophob
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