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A guided tour of avian anatomy
Raleigh, NC: Published by the author in cooperation with Millennium Print Group.
By: J. Smallwood
2012 journal article
Two anatomic resources of canine pelvic limb muscles based on CT and MRI
Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound, 53(3), 266–272.
By: S. Sunico, C. Hamel, M. Styner, I. Robertson, J. Kornegay, C. Bettini, J. Parks, K. Wilber, J. Smallwood, D. Thrall
A guided tour of veterinary anatomy
Raleigh: Millenium Print Group.
2004 journal article
An anatomist's comments on learning and teaching
Journal of Veterinary Medical Education, 31(1), 79–82.
2003 journal article
Computed tomographic anatomy of the equine tarsus
Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound, 44(2), 174–178.
By: J. Tomlinson, W. Redding, C. Berry & J. Smallwood
2002 journal article
Anatomic reference for computed tomography of the head of the foal
Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound, 43(2), 99–117.
By: J. Smallwood, B. Wood, E. Taylor & L. Tate
2001 journal article
Strangulating obstruction caused by intestinal herniation through the proximal aspect of the cecocolic fold in 9 horses
Veterinary Surgery, 30(1), 40–43.
By: J. Gayle, M. Macharg & J. Smallwood
1993 journal article
Anatomic atlas for computed tomography in the mesaticephalic dog: Caudal abdomen and pelvis
Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound, 34(3), 143.
Anatomic atlas for computed tomography in the mesaticephalic dog: Thorax and cranial abdomen
Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound, 34(2), 65.
By: J. Smallwood & T. George
1991 journal article
A xeroradiographic study of osteochondrosis in the metacarpophalangeal region of two foals
Veterinary Radiology, 32(1), 26.
By: J. Smallwood & E. Kelly
1990 journal article
A xeroradiographic study of the developing Quarter horse foredigit and metacarpophalangeal region from six to twelve months of age
Veterinary Radiology, 31(5), 254.
By: J. Smallwood, S. Albright, M. Metcalf, D. Thrall & B. Harrington