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The venous drainage of the corium of the hind foot of camel (Camelus dromedarius)


, : The venous drainage of the corium of the hind foot of camel (Camelus dromedarius). Indian Veterinary Journal 70(8): 733-735

Angiographic studies on the hind feet of 8 healthy camels showed that venous drainage from the corium was via the third and fourth dorsal and plantar digital veins, which received blood from the venous plexuses of the coronary corium, bulbar corium and sole corium and also from the vena marginis solearis.

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