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Anatomy and Histology of the Laboratory Rat in Toxicology and Biomedical Research

  • ID: 4612856
  • Book
  • 378 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Anatomy and Histology of the Laboratory Rat in Toxicology and Biomedical Research presents the detailed systematic anatomy of the rat, with a focus on toxicological needs. Most large works dealing with the laboratory rat provide a chapter on anatomy, but fall far short of the detailed account in this book which also focuses on the needs of toxicologists and others who use the rat as a laboratory animal. The book includes detailed guides on dissection methods and the location of specific tissues in specific organ systems. Crucially, the book includes classic illustrations from Miss H. G. Q. Rowett, along with new color photo-micrographs.

Written by two of the top authors in their fields, this book can be used as a reference guide and teaching aid for students and researchers in toxicology. In addition, veterinary/medical students, researchers who utilize animals in biomedical research, and researchers in zoology, comparative anatomy, physiology and pharmacology will find this book to be a great resource.

  • Illustrated with over a hundred black and white and color images to assist understanding
  • Contains detailed descriptions and explanations to accompany all images helping with self-study
  • Designed for toxicologic research for people from diverse backgrounds including biochemistry, pharmacology, physiology, immunology, and general biomedical sciences

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1. The Rat's Place in Nature 2. Introduction to Anatomical Terminology 3. Introduction to the Skeleton: Bone, Cartilage and Joints 4. Vertebrae, Ribs, Sternum, Pectoral and Pelvic Girdles, and Bones of the Limb 5. The Skull 6. The Musculature of the Rat 7. The Cardiovascular System 8. Histology of the Vascular System 9. The Lymphatic System 10. Nasal Cavity 11. Larynx 12. The Lung 13. Alimentary Canal or Gastrointestinal Tract 14. Liver 15. Exocrine Glands 16. Endocrine Glands 17. The Urinary Tract 18. Male Reproductive System 19. Female Reproductive Tract 20. The Brain and Spinal Cord 21. Peripheral Nervous System 22. The Eye 23. The Ear 24. The Skin or the Integument 25. Dissection of the Adult Rat 26. Post-Mortem Examination

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Maynard, Robert L.
Dr. Robert L. Maynard is the Senior Medical Officer for the Department of Health in London, UK
BSc MB BCh FRCP FRCPath FFOM FBTS FRSB
Honorary Professor, Institute of Public Health, Birmingham University, UK
Honorary Principal Fellow, Department of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, National Heart and Lung Institute, London
. Fellow of the Royal Society of Biology 1990
. Member of the Royal College of Pathologists 1991 awarded after assessment of published works; Fellow 1999
. Member of the Royal College of Physicians (by distinction) 1996
. Fellow of the Faculty of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Royal College of Physicians (by distinction) 1997
. Royal College of Physicians: Fellowship by election - May 2002
. Fellow of the British Toxicological Society 2008
Downes, Noel
BDS FRCPath(toxicology)
Principal Pathologist, Sequani Limited, Ledbury, United Kingdom

. Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists 2002
. Author of multiple publications, a book, and poster presentations
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