Korean Journal of Veterinary Research 1968;8(2):74-79.
Studies on the Segmental Running of Splenic Trabecular Arteries of Korean Cattle by the Vinylite-Corrosion Technique
Chong Sup Kim, Moo Kang Kim, Bong Rae Woun
Chinju Agricultural College
Vinyl부식법(腐蝕法)에 의(依)한 한우비주동맥(韓牛脾柱動脈)의 구역적(區域的) 주행(走行)에 관(關)한 연구(硏究)
김종섭, 김무강, 원봉래
진주농과대학
Abstract
This study was conducted to ramify of the splenic arteries by injection of Vinylite into the splenic arteries in twenty five adult Korean cattle. The results obtained are summarized as follows : 1. Splenic trabcular arteries of bovine were originated from 3 chief Rami lienales, Aa. terminales superior et inferior and A. polaris superior, of the splenic arteries, and the splenic parenchyma was ramified to 4-9 arterial segments by the course of the Rami lienales. 2. Each one of the arterial segments was dealt with 2-4 Teilsegmente, therefore, the splenic parenchyma was ramified from 12 Teilsegmente in minimum to 30 Teilsegmente in maximum. 3. The distribution of the arteries in the spleens was divided into 6 types by the number of arterial segments, and also was 15 kinds by the distributing arteries, Aa. terminales superior et inferior and A. polares superior. 4. The anastomosis was not observed between the arterial segments and Teilsegmente.


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