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Introduction This database of color images is designed to be a supplement to the text Veterinary Neuropathology, authored by B.A. Summers, A. de Lahunta and the late J.F. Cummings, and published by Mosby-Year Book, Inc., 1995. This site will provide users with a large number of images additional to those that appear in the book, and will serve two purposes. One will be to offer many more images showing diagnostic pathologic features of the specific disease entities covered in the book, while the other will be to create a general training resource in Veterinary & Comparative Neuropathology. 
Contribute This project is a work in progress and is in need of good new material AND replacements for substandard material; we therefore welcome your comments, questions and CONTRIBUTIONS; click here to send an email to Dr. Teresa Southard, tls93@cornell.eduAll contributions will be fully acknowleged, and may take the form of good quality histoslides, kodachromes or digital images (jpeg preferred).
Search the Database

To begin your search, click on "Search the Database" to the left. You may then select a Chapter or page in the book, and/or a specific disease or a pathologic process, searched for by the use of key words; you will be given a table of thumbnail images associated with your selection. Click on a thumbnail to display an enlarged image.

Table of Contents Total number of images currently in the atlas = 1611    Number of visitors to date = 64485
Number of diseases illustrated to date for:
        chapter 1 = 24        chapter 2 = 19        chapter 3 = 69        chapter 4 = 69
        chapter 5 = 49        chapter 6 = 34        chapter 7 = 15

This module was developed by Professors: Clive Huxtable, BVSc, PhD, MACVSc, Biomedical Sciences; Brian Alan Summers, BVSc, PhD, MRCVS, Biomedical Sciences; Alexander deLahunta, DVM. PhD, Veterinary Anatomy/Biomedical Sciences; assistance from Julie Powell, BS, (programmer) and Michael A. Simmons, MFA (medical illustrator), Office of Educational Development in the College of Veterinary Medicine. All images, interfaces,and programming are under the ©copyright of the Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine. The database and images associated with these pages are intended for use by veterinary professionals and may not be suitable for all individuals; parental guidance is advised.
Clive R. Huxtable Brian Alan Summers Alexander deLahunta

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