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The macroscopic and microscopic vascularization of the lumbar sympathetic chain in the dog

, : The macroscopic and microscopic vascularization of the lumbar sympathetic chain in the dog. Revue Roumaine de Morphologie d'Embryologie et de Physiologie Morphologie et Embryologie 33(2): 95-98

The vascular structure of the lumbar sympathetic chain in the dog was studied in 20 animals. A left lumbar sympathectomy was practiced on 10 animals using an anterior transperitoneal approach. The surgical sections were subjected to conventional histological techniques. An intravital injection of a mixture of India ink and gelatin was practiced on the 10 animals. Selective clamping of arterial pedicles permitted preferential penetration of the dye into the area of study. Using these methods, the origin and topography of the ganglionic pedicles, as well as the presence and disposition of the sympathetic chain mesentery were precisely determined, a connective vessel-carrying structure which has not yet been described. From the microcirculatory point of view, peripheral and central ganglionic territories were defined, as well as particular capillary apparatus (such as glomerular capillaries).

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