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VetV4_web VIDEO CLIPS - INTERNET (WEB) VERSION
NECROPSY OF WILD UNGULATES
Thomas J Roffe PhD, DVM: USGS, National Wildlife Health Center
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1. Introduction

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2. Personal safety and disinfection

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3. Equipment used in a postmortem exam or necropsy

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4. Supplies used to collect samples for further processing

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5. Labelling and record keeping

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6. Postmortem or necropsy procedures introduction

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7. External exam

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8. Reflecting the legs

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9. Reflecting the skin

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10. Examination of the oral cavity

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11. Removing the esophagus

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12. Entering the abdomen

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13. Entering the thorax

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14. Examination of the organs in situ

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15. Removing the thoracic organs

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16. Removing the liver

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17. Removing the intestines

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18. Explaining the pelvic structure

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19. Entering the pelvic cavity

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20. Examination of pelvic organs in situ

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21. Remove kidneys and urogenital organs

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22. Remove head and visualise spinal cord

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23. Examination of the carotid arteries

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24. Examination of the thoracic organs (once clicked, please wait a few moments for video to start)

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25. Examination of the heart

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26. Examination of the liver

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27. Examination of the urogenital tract

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28. Examination of the digestive tract

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29. Examination of the joints

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30. Examination of the brain

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31. CREDITS

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Video clips and protocol prepared by the USGS, National Wildlife Health Center
6006 Schroeder Road
Madison
Wisconsin 53711

Tel: (608) 270-2400

Video created in 1992, and re-edited and digitised in 2002


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