Arterial anatomicosurgical segmentation of ovine lungs of the ideal breed (Ovis aires - L.1758)
Keywords:Lung, Ovine, Anatomicosurgical segmentation
AbstractAnatomicosurgical segments were established in ovine lungs of the ideal breed (seventeen segments in the right lung and twelve in the left lung), through dissection of pieces injected with colored latex and set in formalin solution. In most of the cases, the right pulmonary lung emits, starting from a trunk, the ascendant and the descendant branches to the cranial and caudal portion of the cranial lobe, respectively; the middle lobe branch; the caudal lobe branch and the accessory lobe branch. Invariably, the left pulmonary artery emits the cranial lobe branch and the caudal lobe branch.
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Borges, E. M., Oliveira, F. S. de, Machado, M. R. F., Ribeiro, A. A. C. M., & Silva-Sobrinho, A. G. da. (2002). Arterial anatomicosurgical segmentation of ovine lungs of the ideal breed (Ovis aires - L.1758). Brazilian Journal of Veterinary Research and Animal Science, 39(6), 288-295. https://doi.org/10.1590/S1413-95962002000600003
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