Fibre type proportions of the buccinator muscle in clinically normal adult dogs.

Abstract

In order to provide normal morphological data and reference values for fibre type proportions, against which changes due to facial nerve paralysis or primary facial muscle myopathies can be compared, a histological and histochemical study was carried out on the buccinator muscle of clinically normal adult dogs. Using myosin adenosine triphosphatase under… (More)

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