Morphological and histological study of superior lacrimal gland of third eyelid in camel ( Camelus dromedarius ) Mohammadpour

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  title={Morphological and histological study of superior lacrimal gland of third eyelid in camel ( Camelus dromedarius ) Mohammadpour},
  author={},
  year={2009}
}
  • Published 2009
In this study ten pairs of superior gland of third eyelid of 10 adult male camels free of apparent ocular disease were examined to compare the normal anatomical and histological properties of these glands. After dissecting, all of the glands were characterized and measured (length and width) on both the left and right side. In the camels, the superior gland of the third eyelid was oval shaped and irregular in outline. The gland was located within the orbit on the medial aspect of the eyeball in… CONTINUE READING

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