Hand-signed horse hoof anatomy image booklet: Equine hoof – PLASTINATION. 6th Edition. “Heavy duty” film laminated version.
24 pages with high-end photography of real anatomical horse hoof specimens. Perfect for illustrating the anatomy and pathology of the horse foot when you stand right beside the horse. Keep it in your car or in the coat pocket for easy access when a horse owner wants to know more about the equine hoof. This booklet makes things perfectly clear within a few seconds. Combine it with real horse hoof anatomy and pathology plastinates for even more authenticy and impressive insights.
Material: 24 pages 350 gsm silk coated paper with double-sided matt lamination, spiral binding and 460 gsm polypropylen translucent cover.
Size appr. 22 x 15 x 1 cm
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Authentic insights… What is going on inside the hoof?
6th edition heavy-duty version.
Labelled charts on the last pages of the booklet.
Heavy-duty film lamination: “Take the cola-challenge.”
TTT-sheet plastination hoof section with blood vessel details.
Selective impregnation horse foot sectional specimen.
Color preserved embedding hoof specimen
Suspensory apparatus of the coffin bone.
Sensitive and insensitive lamellae in a horizontal hoof section.
Hoof cartilage and digital cushion topography
Understand how alive the hoof is inside the horn capsule.
Show how severe laminitis can get.
Ringbone can lead to complete arthrodesis.
Navicular syndrome variations.
What a healthy navicular bone and bursa looks like.
Cartilage defect and subchondral inflammation.
See a PDF of the complete teaching booklet here.
For more information about plastination and real anatomical specimens contact me by e-Mail or phone. You can also find more information about plastination and the applied anatomical preparation in the AHE special issue about plastination https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/toc/14390264/2019/48/6 or at www.plastinate.com
Dr. Christoph von Horst