Anatomical representation of the left femur, dorsal, cranial and caudal aspect, of an adult elephant.
Black/white wash painting technique. Original canvas size: (w)49.0 x (h)62.0 cm. Original scanned size in pixels: (w)7520 x (h)9488 (400dpi). Three drawings on canvas cropped to a single sketch per web display at 150 dpi, combined in one pdf-file. Final size in pixels per sketch 1: (w)450 x (h)251; sketch 2: (w)200 x (h)600; sketch 3: (w)195 x (h)600.
Birkholtz, F.F. (Franz)(South African Orthopaedic Association / Char Publications, 2009)
Limb lengthening using distraction osteogenesis is an established technique; however it is often limited by prolonged external fixation times, with their associated difficulties and complications. A case is presented where ...
Mahne, Arnold Theofilus; Marais, Hendrik J.; Rubio-Martinez, Luis M.; Williams, J.H. (June Heather)(Wiley, 2014-10)
An 18-year-old Warmblood stallion was presented for an acute onset nonweightbearing right
hindlimb lameness following a mild lameness of 2 weeks' duration. Severe swelling was present
in the right femoral area. Despite ...
Keough, Natalie(University of Pretoria, 2007-05-10)
Estimating age at death from skeletal remains can be done with relative accuracy when a skeleton is complete, however incomplete and/or poorly preserved skeletons pose a problem in assigning an accurate age range to unknown ...