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The lymphatic system of the corpus paracloacalis vascularis and the 2nd fold in the male domestic fowl/


, : The lymphatic system of the corpus paracloacalis vascularis and the 2nd fold in the male domestic fowl/. Japanese Journal of Veterinary Research 25(3-4): 93-98

The lymphatic system of the corpus paracloacalis vascularis and the 2nd fold of the cloaca in the male domestic fowl were investigated by the Latex-cast specimens. The lymphatic system of the corpus paracloacalis vascularis (CV) was a complex pear-shaped lymphatic spongy body with a stalk. The lymphatics of the 2nd fold of both sides were connected and formed an arch-shaped, spongy body. The body was divided into 4 parts: the connecting part; the phallus part; the round fold part; and the lymph fold part. The spongy body of the CV was closely connected to that of the 2nd fold. Both bodies, as a system, may be involved in the erection of the copulatory organ. The term, corpus paracloacalis vascularis-2nd fold lymphatic system, is recommended for these lymphatic structures.

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