By Bob Doneley
This can be a concise, useful and wonderfully illustrated booklet facing issues affecting the various physique areas and structures and masking anatomy, body structure, actual exam, medical options and diagnostic tests. It is a quick reference for clinicians and a learn consultant for undergraduate and post-graduate veterinary scholars.
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The ciliary muscles and the sphincter and dilator muscles of the iris are striated muscles, in contrast to the smooth muscle of mammals. The retina arises as a direct continuation of the brain. It consists of an external, nonsensory single layer of cuboidal epithelium containing pigment (pigment epithelium) and an internal transparent and thicker neuroepithelium (sensory retina) containing several types of neurones and glial cells. Rods and cones are present in birds, serving similar functions as in mammals.
The sclera is reinforced by a continuous layer of hyaline cartilage which, in the zone nearest the cornea, is modified into a ring of 10–18 small, roughly quadrilateral, overlapping bones called the scleral ossicles. The ossicles strengthen the eyeball and provide attachments for the ciliary muscles. In large eyes the scleral ossicles can be pneumatic. In many species, including falcons, hummingbirds, woodpeckers and passerines, the scleral cartilage around the optic nerve is ossified, forming a U-shaped bone called the os nervi optici.
Approximately 65% of the mononuclear cells in the spleen and 80% of the mononuclear cells in blood of chickens are T cells. The bursa of Fabricius is a dorsal median diverticulum of the proctodeal region of the cloaca. It contains a central cavity that forms a single large cavity opening into the proctodeum. The internal wall of the bursa is folded and covered by simple columnar or pseudostratified columnar epithelium. Lymphoid nodules are located between these epithelial folds. Each nodule has a cortex and a medulla, separated by a basement membrane and epithelial cells.