Branching pattern of aortic arch in the Korean water deer.

@article{Ahn2008BranchingPO,
  title={Branching pattern of aortic arch in the Korean water deer.},
  author={Dongchoon Ahn and Hyeon-Cheol Kim and Hyun Jin Tae and Hyung-Sub Kang and Nam-Soo Kim and Sang-Youel Park and In-Shik Kim},
  journal={The Journal of veterinary medical science},
  year={2008},
  volume={70 10},
  pages={
          1051-5
        }
}
This study examined the branching pattern of the aortic arch and its major branches in Korean water deer (Hydropotes inermis argyropus, Heude, 1884). Silicone casts were taken from the vessels of 23 carcasses (male 14, female 9) with body weights ranging from 1.3-16.0 kg through a retrograde injection into the abdominal aorta. The findings were compared with those from other domestic ruminants. Only the brachiocephalic trunk (Bct) branched from the aortic arch in all carcasses. In 19 of the 23… 

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