Configuration of the portal venous system in agouties (Dasyprocta aguti, RODENTIA)
Keywords:Anatomy, Vein, Portal, Agouti, Rodent
AbstractThe study of portal vein concerning the confluent vessels to its formation and its tributaries was carried out in adult agouties (3 females and 7 males), the venous system of which was infected with colored latex and fixed in 10% formol. After dissection, it was noted that the trunk of the portal vein has its origin in the confluence of two roots, represented in 90% of the cases, by the lienal vein and by the common mesenteric trunk, composed by cranial and caudal mesenteric veins and, in 10%, by lienal vein and by cranial mesenteric vein. The trunk of the portal vein has as its tributaries the cranial pancreaticoduodenal vein (100%), the right gastric vein (90%), and the right gastroepiploic vein (40%).
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Menezes, D. J. A. de, Carvalho, M. A. M. de, Cavalcante Filho, M. F., & Souza, W. M. de. (2001). Configuration of the portal venous system in agouties (Dasyprocta aguti, RODENTIA). Brazilian Journal of Veterinary Research and Animal Science, 38(6), 263-266. https://doi.org/10.1590/S1413-95962001000600003
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