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August 2, 2017

Muscles of the canine pelvic limb

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CODE: 3Agm100021

Authors:
Dr. Ismael Concha: Dissection, painting and plastination: email: globalanato@gmail.com
Dr. Robert Henry: Collaboration in plastination
TA. Danielle Howard: Labeling
Institution: Lincoln Memorial University / country USA
Year: 2017
Language: English

 

 

 

 

 

 

August 1, 2017

Extrinsic muscles of the canine thoracic limb

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CODE: 3Agm100020

  • Authors:
    Dr. Ismael Concha: Dissection, painting and plastination: email: globalanato@gmail.com
    Dr. Robert Henry: Collaboration in plastination
    TA. Molly Addison: Labeling
  • Institution: Lincoln Memorial University / country USA
  • Year: 2017
  • Language: English

 

 

 

July 21, 2017

Intrinsic muscles of the canine thoracic limb

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CODE: 3Agm100019

  • Authors:
    Dr. Ismael Concha: Dissection, painting and plastination: email: globalanato@gmail.com
    Dr. Robert Henry: Collaboration in plastination
    Tas. Molly Addison; David Alexander & Shayla Saulsbury: Labeling
  • Institution: Lincoln Memorial University / country USA
  • Year: 2017
  • Language: English

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

Bibliography

Schoenborn, H., & Hickman, C. (1933). A device for mounting anatomical preparations. Science, 77(1994), 287-288.

Blunk JN, DiDio LJ. (1971). Types of coronary circulation in the human hearts. “Types of balance” and “predominance” of the human coronary arteries. Ohio State Med J.;67(7):596-607.

Blair, Emil. Anatomy of the Ventricular Coronary Arteries in the Dog (1961). Circ. Res. 9;333-341

Oliveira, C. L. S.; David, G. S.; Carvalho, M. O.; Dornelas, D.; Araújo, S.; Da Silva, N. C.; ; Ruiz, C. R.; Fernandes, J. R. & Wafae, N. (2011). Anatomical indicators of dominance between the coronary arteries of dogs. Int. J. Morphol., 29(3):845-849, 2011.

January 3, 2012

Dissection of superficial areas of parotid, cervical, scapular and brachial regions of the dog (Canis lupus familiaris). Right lateral view

Disección de perro macho (Canis lupus familiaris), regiones parotídea, cervical, ecapular y braquial vista lateral derecha.
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CODE:3Agcem000012

Authors:

Dra. Marlys Jara.
mijavet@gmail.com

Srta. Evelyn Alarcon.
e.m.a.p@hotmail.com

Tutor:

Dr. Ismael Concha: globalanato@gmail.com

Institution: Universidad Santo Tomás, Santiago. Chile
year: 2011
Language: Español, Nómina Anatómica Veterinaria

This article was evaluated by:
Dr. Josep Rutllant (España)
College of Veterinary Medicine
Western University of Health Sciences. CA. USA

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http://minnie.uab.es/~veteri/21197/AIVM/atlas_virtual/primera.html

http://minnie.uab.es/~veteri/21197/atlas/Atlas_virtual/musculos_texto.htm#anchor46836).

December 4, 2010

Dog Necropsy- lungs insuflation

Demonstrative necropsy at Santo Tomas University (Santiago Chile) Vet-Anatomy lab during the regular gross anatomy course. The dog was euthanized in a clinic because a terminal illness with the owner permission, and donated to the lab for scientific and academic purpose. The lungs were insuflated with the help of an air pump connected to the trachea.

CODE: 4rAgt00005
Author:Dr. Ismael Concha-Albornoz

e-mail: iconcha@ust.cl
Institution:Veterinary Anatomy, Santo Tomas University Santiago, Chile.
Year: 2010

October 28, 2009

Comparative and descriptive study of dog skull (Canis familiaris) and human skull (Homo sapiens) Osteology.

Se utilizaron 3 cráneos de canino (Canis familiaris) de tipo mesocéfalico, procedentes de cadáveres donados por miembros del taller de preparaciones anatómicas (TPA) de la Escuela de Medicina, de la facultad de Medicina de la Universidad de Guayaquil, los cuales se sometieron a los procesos de osteotecnia utilizados en nuestro taller, entre ellos, métodos de limpieza, blanqueamiento y acabado. También se utilizaron 3 cráneos humanos (Homo sapiens) procesados bajo métodos similares.
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CODE:1Agc00004
Authors:
– Marco Antonio Véliz Aubá, MV. email: marcoveliz@chile.com
– Dr. Rafael Coello. e-mail: msdracocu@hotmail.com
Institution: Taller de preparaciones anatómicas. Escuela de Medicina. Facultad C.C.M.M. Universidad de Guayaquil. Ecuador
year: 2009

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August 10, 2009

Canine neopallium (neocortex)/ Neopalio Canino.

Neopalio de canino macho (Canis familiaris). Vista rostrodorsal. Técnica: Fijado en Formol 20% y conservado en alcohol/glicerina.

Neopallium of male dog (Canis familiaris). Rostro-dorsal view. Technique: Fixation in 10% of formalin, and preserved in alcohol/glycerin.



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CODE: 6cAgc00003
Author: Dr. Paulo Salinas/ email: salinas.paulo@gmail.com
http://anatomiavet.blogspot.com
Institution:Unidad de Anatomía Veterinaria. Universidad Santo Tomás, www.anato.cl
Year: 2007

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July 23, 2009

Mesencephalon & Diencephalon of a dog brain

Vista medial de corte sagital de perro macho (Canis familiaris). Fijado en Formol 20% y conservado en Alcohol/Glicerina.
Medial view of a sagittal section of a male dog brain (Canis familiaris). Fixed in 20% of formalin and preserved in alcohol/glicerin.

 

CODE: 6cAgc00002
Author: Dr. Paulo Salinas/ email: salinas.paulo@gmail.com 
http://anatomiavet.blogspot.com 
Institution:Unidad de Anatomía Veterinaria. Universidad Santo Tomás, www.anato.cl
Year: 2007

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  4. Structural organization of the pedunculopontine nucleus of the tegmentum of the dog midbrain
  5. Projections of the ventral tegmental area of the midbrain, the substantia nigra, and the amygdaloid body in different parts of the putamen in the dog

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July 15, 2009

Irrigación de encéfalo canino con repleción con látex

Artery supply of canine brain with latex injection.

 

 

 

CODE: 6cAgc00001
Author: Dr. Paulo Salinas/ email: salinas.paulo@gmail.com 
http://anatomiavet.blogspot.com 
Institution:Unidad de Anatomía Veterinaria. Universidad Santo Tomás, www.anato.cl
Year: 2009

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