OVAM is a collection of anatomy resources organised into categories according to the species, system and region covered. Original high resolution images of our assets and source files for audio-visual are available to partner organisation. Please contact us to find out more.
Additional External Resources
- The Canine Skeleton in Real 3D Anatomy using anatomical models to aid e-learning, created using high quality detailedphotographs, resulting in photorealistic 3D models. The presentations include hotspots, links and overlays.
- Interactive Atlas of Osteology and Arthrology in the Dog. A reference tool for the study of the bones and the joints of the dog, developed to complement canine anatomy text books and the study of bones in the dissection room.
- Equine Head and Dentition - A powerpoint covering the anatomy and physiology of the equine head and dentition, including the skeletal aspects, the physiology of mastication and it’s associated anatomy as well as common dental abnormalities.
- Lameness in Horses - A powerpoint presentation on the basics of identifying lameness in horses. Including diagnosis and signs, with videos of different lamenesses used to illustrate what to look for. As well as a case study of a lameness work-up.
- Skeletal Structure of the Equine Forelimb - A powerpoint presentation on the skeletal structure of the equine forelimb aiming to provide a detailed guide to the relevant bony landmarks present on the equine forelimb and also highlight certain ligaments and tendons, particularly in reference to the joints.
- Anatomy images of the canine musculoskeletal system. Labelled dissection plans of the canine locomotor system.
- 3D model of the horse’s distal limb created as a free online resource that could be made available via web browsers. The model integrates associated resources to improve the learning experience.
- Animated flashcards in Quicktime showing origin/insertion/innervation of muscles in the dog: forelimb extrinsics, shoulder, elbow, antebrachium, abdominal and axial muscles, vertebral muscles, muscles of the crus and hip. Also available in a complete PDF document and in Keynote.
- Powerpoint presentation and video using painted horses to show the location of anatomical structures in the live horse.
- Interactive 'Drag n' Drop' activities to test your knowledge on the musculoskeletal system.