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Macroanatomical Investigation of the Plexus Brachialis in the Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes)

Macroanatomical Investigation of the Plexus Brachialis in the Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes)

Ayse Haligur* and Sema Ozkadif

Department of Anatomy, Faculty of Ceyhan Veterinary Medicine, Cukurova University, Adana,Turkey

*      Corresponding author: semaerten@80gmail.com

Fig. 1.

Right plexus brachialis. Dorsal aspect and separate of right neck. a, Nn. Subscapulares; b, N. suprascapularis; c, N. musculocutaneus; d, N. axillaris; e, Nn. pectorales craniales; f, N. radialis; g, N. medianus; h, N. ulnaris; i, N. thoracicus lateralis; j, N. thoracodorsalis; k, Nn. pectorales caudales; l, N. thoracicus longus; p, N. phrenicus; C5, Rami ventralis of cervical 5; C6, Rami ventralis of cervical 6; C7, Rami ventralis of cervical 7; C8, Rami ventralis of cervical 8; T1, Rami ventralis of thoracal 1; T2, Rami ventralis of thoracal 2.

Fig. 2.

Left plexus brachialis. Dorsal aspect and separate of left neck. a, Nn. Scapulares; b, N. suprascapularis; c, N. musculocutaneus; d, N. axillaris; e, Nn. pectorales craniales; f, N. radialis; g, N. medianus; h, N. ulnaris; i, N. thoracicus lateralis; j, N. thoracodorsalis; k, Nn. pectorales caudales; l, N. thoracicus longus; p, N. phrenicus; C6, Rami ventralis of cervi cal 6; C7, Rami ventralis of cervical 7; C8, Rami ventralis of cervical 7; T1, Rami ventralis of thoracal 1.

Pakistan Journal of Zoology

August

Vol. 53, Iss. 4, Pages 1201-1601

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