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First-year veterinary often learn anatomy through a series of dissections performed in the laboratory. While this is effective in the short-term, they also must be able to apply this knowledge when performing physical examinations later in their clinical rotations. To help them make this transition, this interactive book features ‘rub away’ photographs that expose 3-D models of the underlying bones, bony prominences, muscles and tendons, and examples of some common clinical problems affecting the canine forelimb.