By William Moyer
The recent version of Equine Joint Injection and nearby Anesthesia is a must have for all equine veterinarians and veterinary scholars and is still the liked, worthy software for veterinarians operating within the box and the referral hospital.
This entire and easy-to-use re-creation, written by means of 3 recognized specialists, has been multiplied to incorporate many new chapters, step by step pictures and computer-generated pictures created by way of an equine anatomist to supply actual, certain depictions of equine anatomy.
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Exercise 3-1 Fill in the blanks: _ _ 1. Monoclonal (mon-o-KLON-al) refers to a colony (clone) derived from ___________________________________ cell(s). 2. The quadriceps (KWAD-ri-seps) muscle has ___________________________________ part(s). _ _ 3. To unify (U-ni-fi ) means to make two or more parts into ___________________________________ part(s). _ _ 4. The term semilunar (sem-e-LU-nar) means ___________________________________ moon(s). _ _ _ 5. A dichotomy (di -KOT-o-me) has ___________________________________ part(s).
Would gain relief from his insomnia, diplopia (double vision), and dizziness. CASE STUDY QUESTIONS Multiple choice: Select the best answer and write the letter of your choice to the left of each number. _____ 1. Diplopia, the condition of having double vision, has the suffix: a. lopia b. opia c. ia d. pia e. plopia _____ 2. The adjective septic is formed from the noun: a. sepsis b. septosis c. septemia d. septery e. anemia _____ 3. G. was suspected of having anemia (diminished hemoglobin). The adjective form of the noun anemia is _____________, and the field of health science devoted to the study of blood is called _______________.
Melanocyte (MEL-a-no-si t) a. pertaining to bluish discoloration _ _____ 2. xanthoma (zan-THO-ma) b. redness of the skin _ _____ 3. cyanotic (si -a-NOT-ik) c. yellow raised area on the skin _ _____ 4. erythroderma (e-rith-ro-DER-ma) d. cell that produces dark pigment _ _ _ _____ 5. leukemia (lu-KE -me -a) e. overgrowth of white blood cells TABLE 3-3 Negative Prefixes PREFIX a-, an- MEANING not; without anti- against contra- against, opposite de- down, without dis- absence, removal, separation not in-*; im(used before b, m, p) nonun- not not *May also mean “in” or “into” as in inject, inhale.
A Guide to Equine Joint Injection and Regional Anesthesia by William Moyer