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Anatomical study of the bronchial system and the major blood vessels of the chicken lung (Gallus gallus) by means of a three-dimensional scale model



Anatomical study of the bronchial system and the major blood vessels of the chicken lung (Gallus gallus) by means of a three-dimensional scale model



Anatomical Record 234(2): 240-248



The bronchial and vascular patterns of the chicken lung, from specimens age 8-10 days, were studied by serial, paraffin sections of the whole organ. According to the histological structure, the bronchial system consists of 3 airway types: primary bronchus or mesobronchus, secondary bronchi, and tertiary bronchi or parabronchi. The mesobronchus gives rise to 3 sets of secondary bronchi: 4 dorsomedial, 4 dorsal, and 3 lateral ones.

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