Skeletopie of the arterial branches reach the Pars toracica of thymus, in crossbred equine foetus.
Keywords:Anatomy of horses, Arteries
AbstractThirty crossbred equine foetus, with ages varying from four to ten months of intrauterine life, were utilized to studies about the skeletopie of thearterial branches, which are directioned to Pars toracica of the thymus. In this material was evident that various arterial branches to the thymus lie more frequently at level of the first and second intercostal space, however this vessels can stay at level of third intercostal space, and before of first rib.
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Machado, G. V., Peduti Neto, J., Santos, A. L. Q., & Neves, M. T. D. das. (1991). Skeletopie of the arterial branches reach the Pars toracica of thymus, in crossbred equine foetus. Brazilian Journal of Veterinary Research and Animal Science, 28(2), 119-123. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.1678-4456.bjvras.1991.51930
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