Korean Journal of Veterinary Research 1968;8(2):84-91.
Studies on the Arterial Supply to Inner and Basal Surface of the Brain in the Chick
Moo Kang Kim, Jong Sup Kim, Bong Rae Woun
Chinju Agricultural College
닭(鷄)의 뇌내(腦內) 및 뇌저면(腦底面)의 동맥분포상(動脈分布狀)에 관(關)한 연구(硏究)
김무강, 김종섭, 원봉래
The arteries in and under the brain of the fowl were invesitigated. Arteries of the brain were injected with neoplen latex into the arteria carotis communis. Those were fixed in 10--- formalin. After fixation, those brain were carefully removed from the cranial cavity doing not wound the arteries of the brain. The results of observation on the arterial supply under the brain surface were essentially the same as those obtained by Hofmann Shiina and Mjyata, Kaku, and Kithoh. The nomenclature of the arteries used by other authers were written in the discussion. In this observation, several conclusions were obtained. 1. In the arteries under the brain of the fowl, their front anastomoses forming the circle of Willis under the brain surface of the mammalia were not seen in all brain. 2. It is very difficult to indicate so called A. cerebri anterior as only one artery ramus. 3. Artery distribution of the two-third in the fissura longitudinal cerebri surface originate from on1y one side in the left or right A. cerebri posterior, and origins of the right side were man number than left. 4. The origin of the A. basilaris originate from only one side R. posterior, therefore their origin were more left than right. 5. There is Rami arteries that branch from A. ethmoidalis to Chiasma opticum in all cases.

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