Korean Journal of Veterinary Research 1975;15(1):127-131.
Distribution of Renal Artery within Kidney of Korean Native Goat
Yong Keun Kim1, Chong Sup Kim1, Moo Kwang Kim2
1Department of Veterinary Medicine. Gyeongsang National College
2Department of Anatomy, College of Medicine, Chung Nam National University
한국재래산양(韓國在來山羊)의 신동맥(腎動脈)의 분포상태(分布狀態)
김용근1, 김종섭1, 김무강2
1경상대학 수의학과
2충남대학교 의과대학 해부학교실
Abstract
By employing the vinylite-and neoprene latex-corrosion technique, ramification and arrangement of A. renalis were observed in fifty Korean native goats (100 kidneys). The obtained results were as follows: 1. A single renal artery, arising on each side from abdominal aorta, bifurcated into Ramus dorsalis and Ramus ventralis from which 3~6 segmental arteries originated. 2. The dorsal and ventral surfaces of the kidney were divided separately into 3~6 arterial segments by the running of the segmental artery into the parenchyma. Of them four segments were mostly frequent (in 77% of right kidney and 83% of left). 3. In 25 of all the kidneys, either dorsal or ventral surface of a kidney was supplied from interlobar or segmental arteries belong to the opposite Ramus. 4. In 3 goats, A. polaris superior was observed. 5. Generally, distribution of the renal artery of Korean native goat resembled that of the dog.


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