Gastroesophageal junction of Anatolian shepherd dog; a study by topographic anatomy, scanning electron and light microscopy

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The aim of this study was to cast a spotlight on the topography and to point out the clinical importance of the gastroesophageal junction (GEJ) in Anatolian Shepherd dogs. Nine Anatolian Shepherd dogs were used to study the morphology of the GEJ. The esophagus was appeared has a portion within the thoracic cavity while no portion of the esophagus presented… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11259-012-9514-1

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@article{Alsafy2012GastroesophagealJO, title={Gastroesophageal junction of Anatolian shepherd dog; a study by topographic anatomy, scanning electron and light microscopy}, author={Mohamed A. M. Alsafy and Samir A.A. El-Gendy}, journal={Veterinary Research Communications}, year={2012}, volume={36}, pages={63-69} }