1. frontal 2. nasal 3. sphenoid 4. temporal 5. zygomatic 6. maxilla 7. mastoid process 8. mandible 9. mental foramen
A = cerebrum (parietal lobe) B = gyri (convolutions) C = corpus callosum D = frontal lobe E = thalamus F = hypothalamus G = pituitary gland H = midbrain J = pons K= medulla L = cerebellum (showing arbor vitae) M = transverse fissure N
a = epiphysis b = diaphysis c = articular cartilage d = periosteum f = compact bone g = medullary cavity (yellow marrow) h = endosteum j = epiphyseal line (growth plate) Coloring worksheet for this image.
This video shows the a sagittal cut in the brain of a sheep and identifies the major structures of the brain such as the cerebrum, corpus callosum, cerebellum, pons, medulla, thalamus, hypothalamus, pineal gland, and the four ventricles.
Dissected cat shows the main muscles of the thoracic region: the pectoantebrachialis, pectoralis major, pectoralis minor and the xiphihumeralis.
The biceps brachii is a two headed muscle on located in the upper arm region. “Brachii” usually denotes structures found in the upper extremities and “biceps” means that it is a two-headed muscle. On the cat, if you tease away the fascia you can separate these two
The large intestine has three main sections which can be difficult to identify in the cat. Shown below is the abdominal cavity with most of the small intestine removed and the large intestine positioned in such a way to identify the three sections. The first section after
This image shows the jejunum and the ileum as it joins the large intestine (colon). The pouch at this connection point in the cat is called the cecum. In humans, the cecum has an attached appendage. A valve can be found at this point in the
This image shows the stomach and the first section of the small intestine, called the duodenum. The next section of the small intestine is the jejunum followed by the ileum which connects it to the large intestine.
The chest cavity of the cat is opened to reveal the major veins that branch from the heart. Shown in blue are the superior vena cava, the brachiocephalic, subclavian and the internal and external jugular veins.