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Arterial blood supply to the interosseus muscle and accessory ligament of the deep digital flexor tendon in the forelimb of the horse



Arterial blood supply to the interosseus muscle and accessory ligament of the deep digital flexor tendon in the forelimb of the horse



Archivos de Medicina Veterinaria 31(1): 125-130



Twenty lower forelimbs of horses (11 left forelimbs, 9 right forelimbs) were injected with red latex through the median artery and then dissected. Branches to the interosseus muscle (IM) were found along the margins and on both surfaces of the muscle. Each distal branch of the IM was supplied along the dorsal and palmar aspects. The artery supplying the third metacarpal bone was always the origin of the main artery found along the dorsal surface of the IM.

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