3D Canine
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1. Extrinsic muscles of the thoracic limb
2. Muscles of the shoulder and brachium
3. Muscles of the forearm and forepaw
4. Muscles of the thigh and hip
5. Muscles of the calf
6. Hypaxial muscles of the trunk and neck
7. Epaxial muscles of the trunk and neck
8. Blood vessels and nerves of the neck
9. Blood vessels and nerves of the thoracic wall
10. Thoracic cavity and lung(1)
11. Thoracic cavity and lung(2)
12. Blood vessels of the thoracic cavity
13. Nerves of the thoracic cavity
14. Heart
15. Blood vessels and nerves of the abdominal wall, Inguinal structures
16. Abdominal cavity, diaphragm, liver, gallbladder

17. Stomach, small intestine, large intestine, pancreas
18. Adrenal gland, kidney, peritoneum
19. Blood vessels and nerves of the abdominal viscera
20. Blood vessels and nerves of the pelvic cavity
21. Pelvic viscera
22. Blood vessels and nerves of the shoulder and brachium
23. Blood vessels and nerves of the forearm and forepaw
24. Blood vessels and nerves of the thigh and hip
25. Blood vessels and nerves of the calf and hindpaw
26. Joints of the thoracic limb and pelvic limb
27. Muscles of the face
28. Oral cavity, nasal cavity, pharynx, larynx
29. External ear, muscles of mastication, lingual and hyoid muscles, and eye
30. Superficial blood vessels and nerves of the head
31. Deep blood vessels and nerves of the head(1)
32. Deep blood vessels and nerves of the head(2)

View a list of available courses​

1. Extrinsic muscles of the thoracic limb
2. Muscles of the shoulder and brachium
3. Muscles of the forearm and forepaw
4. Muscles of the thigh and hip
5. Muscles of the calf
6. Hypaxial muscles of the trunk and neck
7. Epaxial muscles of the trunk and neck
8. Blood vessels and nerves of the neck
9. Blood vessels and nerves of the thoracic wall
10. Thoracic cavity and lung(1)
11. Thoracic cavity and lung(2)
12. Blood vessels of the thoracic cavity
13. Nerves of the thoracic cavity
14. Heart
15. Blood vessels and nerves of the abdominal wall, Inguinal structures
16. Abdominal cavity, diaphragm, liver, gallbladder

17. Stomach, small intestine, large intestine, pancreas
18. Adrenal gland, kidney, peritoneum
19. Blood vessels and nerves of the abdominal viscera
20. Blood vessels and nerves of the pelvic cavity
21. Pelvic viscera
22. Blood vessels and nerves of the shoulder and brachium
23. Blood vessels and nerves of the forearm and forepaw
24. Blood vessels and nerves of the thigh and hip
25. Blood vessels and nerves of the calf and hindpaw
26. Joints of the thoracic limb and pelvic limb
27. Muscles of the face
28. Oral cavity, nasal cavity, pharynx, larynx
29. External ear, muscles of mastication, lingual and hyoid muscles, and eye
30. Superficial blood vessels and nerves of the head
31. Deep blood vessels and nerves of the head(1)
32. Deep blood vessels and nerves of the head(2)

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