Horse Dissection7th edition, Orsini and SackCornell UniversityCollege of Veterinary Medicine
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1-01A (p. 5L) - Skin removed from lateral surface of neck; left lateral view.1-02A (p. 5L) - Throat region, superficial dissection; left lateral view.1-03A (pp. 6L - 6R) - Superficial dissection of neck and jugular groove; left lateral view1-04A (pp. 6R - 7L) - Jugular groove and ventral cutaneous branches of cervical nerves exposed by reflection of superficial fascia; left lateral view.1-05A (pp. 7L - 8L) - Superficial dissection of the visceral space in the caudal part of the neck at the junction of neck and shoulder; left lateral view.
1-06A (p. 8L) - Deep dissection of the visceral space in the caudal part of the neck at the junction of neck and shoulder; left lateral view.1-07A (p. 8L) - Deep dissection of the visceral space in the caudal part of the neck at the junction of neck and shoulder; left lateral view.1-08A (p. 8R) - Deep dissection of the visceral space in the caudal part of the neck at the junction of neck and shoulder; left lateral view.1-09A (pp. 8R -9R) - Deep dissection in the caudal part of the neck at the junction of neck and shoulder; left lateral view.1-10A (p. 8R - 9R) - Deep dissection at the junction of neck and trunk; left craniolateral view
1-11A (pp. 9L-12R) - Deep dissection of the retromandibular space; left lateral view (vessels and nerves on following slide).1-12A (pp. 9L-12R) - Deep dissection of the vessels and nerves of the retromandibular space; left lateral view.1-13A (p. 12R) - Muscles of the neck (superficial layer), extrinsic forelimb muscles reflected; left lateral view.1-14A (p. 13L) - Deep dissection of the dorsal part of the neck; left lateral view.1-15A (p. 13L) - Deep dissection of the dorsal part of the neck exposing the nuchal ligament; left lateral view.
1-16A (p. 13L) - Transverse section of neck at level of C6; cranial view. Note that, just cranial to the thoracic inlet, the esophagus can position itself ventral to the trachea. The jugular vein and carotid artery lie in fat deep to the thin cutaneus colli.



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