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February 1, 2012

RIGHT AND LEFT CORONARY ARTERIES USING TECHNIQUES OF CORROSION.

Morphological examination of the right and left coronary arteries of a male canine (Canis lupus familiaris), the aorta was injected with epoxy resine and immerse in 20% of KOH solution for 48hrs. under direct observation to release and debridae muscular and fat tissue.

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Image 1. Left view of a cast of the blood vessel of the canine heart.

Image 1. Left view of a cast of the blood vessel of the canine heart. 1: ramus interventricularis paraconalis; 2: bulbus aortae; 3: a. coronaria dextra; 4: aorta ascendens; 5: arcus aortae; 6: truncus brachiocephalicus; 7: a. subclavia sinistra; 8: aorta descendens; 9: a. coronaria sinistra; 10: rami septales; 11: ramus cinrcunflexus; 12: ramus intermedius

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Image 2. Right-dorsal view of a cast of the blood vessel of the canine heart.
Image 2. Right-dorsal view of a cast of the blood vessel of the canine heart. 1: ramus interventricularis subsinuosus; 2: ramus intermedius; 3, 4: ramus cinrcunflexus; 5: bulbus aortae; 6: aorta ascendens; 7: aorta descendens; 8: arcus aortae; 9: a. coronaria dextra.

CODE: 5cAgt00013

Authors:

Dr. Paulo C. Salinas Pérez/ salinas.paulo@gmail.com

Edgardo Molinet/ molimar9580@gmail.com

This article was evaluated by

Dr. Wael A. Khamas (Iraq)
College of Veterinary Medicine
Western University of Health Sciences. CA. USA

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November 15, 2009

Injection of epoxy resin and corrosion cast of cat’s lungs

A euthanized cat was donated to Anatomy lab. The epoxy resin was injected in the trachea of the intact animal body. The cat was frozen for 48 hrs. After the thaw the trachea and thoracic organs were obtained. A corrosion cast using potassium hydroxide (KOH) was performed.

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CODE: 9cAgt00001
Authors:
Meylin Ubilla /Assistant/  email: meyblue@gmail.com
Luis Rojas /technician
Institution: Unidad de Anatomía Veterinaria. Universidad Santo Tomás, Santiago Chile
year: 2003

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