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July 21, 2012


Viscera of the hen showing ovarian surface studded with ova. Fully formed egg with shell is located in the excised uterus.

Vísceras de gallina ponedora mostrando la superficie del ovario llena con óvulos. Huevo totalmente formado con cáscara ubicado en el útero abierto.

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Image 1.

  1. Developing follicles (Oocytes or Ova)
  2. LIVER
  4. GIZZARD (Surrounded with fat)
  7. UTERUS (Shell gland)
  10. CECA

Image 2.

  1. Developing follicles (Oocyte or Ova)
  3. GIZZARD (Surrounded with fat)
  5. UTERUS (Egg shell gland)
  6. FORMED EGG (Excised uterine wall showing fully developed egg)
  7. CECA

CODE: 4uAgb00001

Dr. Suraj Kumar

Stephanie Ranger

Institution: Saint Matthew’s University, School of Medicine. Grand Cayman. BWI
Year: 2012

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

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

Institution:Veterinary Anatomy, Santo Tomas University Santiago, Chile.
Year: 2010

April 25, 2010

Pig anatomy / Anatomía del cerdo

Study of the dissection and cross section of a head of a male pig (Sus scrofa domesticus)
Estudio de disección and corte de una cabeza de cerdo macho(Sus scrofa domesticus).

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CODE:  4rAgc00002
Dr. Suraj Kumar
– Yolmari Cruz   (Undergraduate Student)

Institution: Saint Matthew’s University, School of Veterinary Medicine. Grand Cayman, Cayman Isands. BWI
year: 2010

October 6, 2009

Equine larynx cartilages / Cartílagos laríngeos del equino

Cartílagos laríngeos del equino. La pieza anatómica fue obtenida de un caballo macho proveniente de un frigorífico local. Fue fijada en formol 5% y disecada en varias etapas hasta obtener los cartílagos (Cartilagines laringis) articulados entre si. La pieza fue deshidratada y glicerinada. Se tomaron fotografías digitales las cuales fueron utilizadas para la confección de la presentación.

Equine larynx cartilages. The specimen was obtained from a male horse in a local slaughterhouse. The sample was fixed in 5% of formalin and dissected until get the cartilages (Cartilagines laringis). Then the cartilages were dehydrated and under glicerination technique. Digital images were obtained  to make the presentation.

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Authors: Dr. Horacio Mouguelar
Institution: Universidad Nacional de Río Cuarto, Argentina.Language: Españól
year: 2009

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June 16, 2009

Bovine rumen / Rumen de bovino

Lateral View of the Bovine rumen cavity/ Vista lateral de la cavidad de rumen bovino

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CODE:  4dAga00005
Author: Cate Dolan, Dee Dee Harwell / status: Veterinary students
Advisor: Dr Terri Clark
Institution: Anatomy Lab./  Oregon State University/ Corvallis, OR, United States of America
Language: English
year: 2009

October 22, 2008

Llama Stomach

Vista lateral izquierda/ left lateral view

  1. Cranial glandular saccules
  2. Esophagus
  3. Compartment  1 (C1)
  4. Compartment 3 (C3)
    final 4/5
  5. Ventral glandular saccules
  6. Compartment 3 (C3)
    initial 4/5

CODE: 4dAga0001
Author: Dr. Karen Timm./status: D.V.M., Ph.D/
Institution: Anatomy Lab./ College of Veterinary Medicine
Oregon State University

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