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Year : 1996
Tome : 147
Volume : 8-9
Pages : 587-598
Title : Lymph nodes in dromedary (Camelus dromedarius). 1. Cranial lymph nodes (head, neck, fore limb).
Authors : K.C. AGBA, S.A. GOURO et M. SALEY.
Summary : Dissections in the department of Anatomy (Veterinary School of Dakar) and meat inspection in slaughter houses of Niamey (Niger) allowed the authors to set up the topography of the camel's lymph nodes. According to Nomina Anatomica Veterinaria, lymph nodes are regrouped in lymphocenters. The authors first studied lymph nodes of the cranial part of the lymphatic system. Further article will be devoted to lymph nodes of thorax, abdomen and pelvic limbs.
Keywords : lymph nodes - head - neck - fore limb - clinical exploration - meat inspection - dromedary.
Correspondence : K.C. AGBA
Adress : Service d'Anatomie, École Inter-États des Sciences et Médecine Vétérinaires, B.P 5077, Dakar-Fann (Sénégal)

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