Pathoanatomical autopsy (gr. autopsy, auton — it-yourself, opsis — look, lat, section, sectire— less, reveal) is a comprehensive study of a fallen or dead animal for the purpose of verifying the accuracy of in vivo diagnosis, establishment of morphological changes in organs and causes his death.
In our country the state veterinary service in accordance with Soviet and veterinary legislation is science-based comprehensive system of preventive measures for development of livestock, warning the emergence and spread of animal diseases, many of which are dangerous for humans. When disease occurrence is crucial to the timely and accurate diagnosis on which to base targeted treatment and preventive measures for health improvement of animals. Post-mortem autopsy of the fallen or slaughtered animals is one of methods of diagnostics of infectious, parasitic and noncontagious illnesses of animals. Unopened corpses of animals that died of anthrax, glanders, and some other anthropozoonotic diseases. To exclude or confirm these diseases, conduct laboratory studies. When establishing anthropozoonotic be destroyed along with the skin.
The value of pathological diagnosis has become even more relevant with the enlargement, specialization and mechanization of livestock farms, so that timely diagnosis helps prevent large economic losses.
In medical practice post-mortem examination held by doctors — pathologists (protectora), constituents of special service. Veterinary protection of livestock carry out veterinary doctors and medical assistants, who perform all veterinary activities, including sectional work. At the departments of pathological anatomy veterinary institutes, diagnostic laboratories and factories for the production of meat and bone meal (veterinary and sanitary salvage plants) are doctors-pathologists. Continue reading
1. The attitude of the British to the pet 2. 3 this is interesting. The history of origin of the breed Yorkshire Terrier 4. Advantage Yorkshire Terrier 5. About the authors of the topic “the attitude of the British to the pet”.
The attitude of the British to the pet
the British are convinced that a person who likes animals cannot be all bad. They adore animals. Any. And keep them not in order, just like in other Nations, to force their Pets to protect the home or other property, or use them for scientific purposes, or just for the sake of prestige. Allowed the British kept exclusively for the company.
They are vital though, because only four-legged (and other) Pets most of the English people formed the most sincere and tender relationship, which can generally only representatives of this nation, not always able to communicate properly with each other. Allowed the British excellent find a common language, although sometimes they are completely unable to find a common language with their children (even just to cuddle them). The best places, the most comfortable and warm corners, selected pieces – all given to them for granted.
Cat and dogs, parrots and Guinea pigs are allowed in the house many children, if their antics will notice, most likely,will be severely punished. Animals initially considered to be incapable of any bad act. So when dog bites man, man is always guilty, even if it is just a passerby, completely with your animal is not familiar. And even if this passer-by brutally bitten, others will be on the side of the dog’s owner, stubbornly asserting: “Yes my dear Fang and flies never hurt!”. Continue reading
At some point every kid definitely appeals to parents with a request to start a in the house dog or cat. But this is not always possible – do not allow the size of the apartment, my mom’s allergic. And let’s see what the psycho-emotional development of the child mean animals.
Man is part of nature, holding the mind. People came out of the animal Kingdom and have to attain harmony with the world completely different than animals. However, people from ancient times used the “instinctive adaptation” of animals: imitating their habits in hunting, in dancing, putting on their skins, bearing amulets with their image.
Animals, therefore, have always been an example of survival and adaptation to the surrounding world. helped the ancients survive.
The child’s relationship to the animal has many similarities with the attitude of ancient people to the animal. The child does not show even a trace of arrogance, which subsequently encourages the adult civilized man to separate the sharp feature of a private nature from any other animal. Without hesitation, the child gives the animal full equivalence (think “picture family”, where the dog has been a full and important member), his uncontrolled emotions he feels, perhaps, more akin to the animal than him seeming mysterious and incomprehensible to the adult.
Animals are very close to children, they easily identify themselves with them (“Hey, Mom, I’ll be your little doggy Friend?”), this allows you to build your own picture of the world, despite the concreteness of their thinking (remember Dasha Panther). Experiencing fear and anxiety in relation to parents and adults, children can transfer this attitude to animals, each of which has its symbolic meaning. Continue reading