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RIGHT AND LEFT CORONARY ARTERIES USING TECHNIQUES OF CORROSION.

Wednesday, February 1st, 2012

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.

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Image 2. Right-dorsal view of a cast of the blood vessel of the canine heart.

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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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