- The Dog and Its Relatives. Prenatal Development. Integument. The Skeleton. Arthrology. The Muscular System. The Digestive Apparatus and Abdomen. Tongue. The Respiratory System. The Urogenital System. The Endocrine System. The Heart and Arteries. The Veins. The Lymphatic System. Introduction to the Nervous System. The Automatic Nervous System. The Spinal Cord and Meninges. The Spinal Nerves and Cutaneous Innervation. The Brain. The Cranial Nerves and Cutaneous Innervation of the Head. The Ear. The Eye. Index.
Howard E. Evans, PhD, is not a veterinarian. He was educated as a zoologist and earned a doctoral degree in comparative anatomy. But after two decades of teaching at Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine and co-authoring the first edition of Miller's Anatomy of the Dog," Dr. Evans was elected an honorary AVMA member in 1970.