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Veterinary - New Library Resources: Other resources

Lists new resources available in the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine Library.

These interactive resources are available for use on computers #1 through #4 located in the Vet Med Library.

Science in 3D interactive software

The Glass Dog: Thorax and Abdomen (2012)

Presents the dog’s thorax and abdomen like they’ve never been seen before. The program includes 10 animated movies, nearly 50 interactive models and more than 250 detailed images, each with its own recorded narrative. Illustrations from this program won an Award of Excellence from the Association of Medical Illustrators at their 2011 Annual Conference. This interactive resource is available for use on computers #1 through #4 located in the Vet Med Library.

 

The Glass Horse: Elements of the Equine Distal Limb (2012)

An engaging interactive exploration of the equine distal limb that combines interactive models with narrations and highly informative animations. The interface allows manipulation of anatomical models in three dimensions. This program is recommended for veterinary students, equine practitioners and farriers. This interactive resource is available for use on computers #1 through #4 located in the Vet Med Library.

 

The Glass Horse: Equine Colic (2013)

This program features a comprehensive exploration of the equine abdominal anatomy, the veterinarian's approach to diagnosis, and detailed 3-D animations depicting 28 diseases of the gastrointestinal tract. Recommended for veterinary students and equine practitioners alike; includes all the material in the "Anatomy of the Equine Abdomen" program. This interactive resource is available for use on Computers #1 through #4 located in the Vet Med Library. 

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