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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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