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Abreu T., Pfrimer G.A., Aversi-Ferreira R.A.G.M.F., Brandão L.D., Maior R.S., Nishijo H. & Aversi-Ferreira T.A. 2012. Comparative anatomical study of the leg’s nerves of Cebus (barbed capuchins) with baboons, chimpanzees and modern humans. Pesquisa Veterinária Brasileira 32(Supl.1):113-117. Laboratory of Anthropology, Biochemistry, Neuroscience and Behavior(More)
Anatomy is the science that studies the body and a basic discipline in health and biological sciences indispensable to students that study this area, and plays a important role in the comparison of species. Nowadays anatomy is falling into academic and scientific crisis. Recently, the number of papers and reviews on health science education have increased(More)
Capuchin monkeys are known to exhibit sporadic bipedalism while performing specific tasks, such as cracking nuts. The bipedal posture and locomotion cause an increase in the metabolic cost and therefore increased blood supply to lower limbs is necessary. Here, we present a detailed anatomical description of the capuchin arteries and veins of the pelvic limb(More)
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