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.
Estimation of sex when investigating subadult skeletal remains is largely problematic because of unreliable and inaccurate
results. Despite the limitations encountered with skeletal material, the medical literature clearly ...
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 ...
Boucher, Charles (Charlie); Zeiler, Gareth Edward(BMJ Publishing Group, 2015-09)
A five-month old tiger (Panthera tigris tigris) presented
for an acute-onset pelvic limb lameness workup. The cub
had been fed a meat-only diet. Radiology revealed
severe generalised osteopenia, pathological fractures ...