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ANATOMY colouring books are not a new concept, having been widely available and used by human anatomy students for some time. However, this is the first of this type of interactive resource that I have seen directly aimed at veterinary students.
The book is divided on a topographical basis, covering the main areas of anatomy that a preclinical veterinary student might be expected to study. All of the major species are represented, with a useful key in the corner of each page to illustrate the species of note. Diagrams are prelabelled with the anatomical names of structures and features, and a ‘do it yourself’ …