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1348-5363 - Anatomy of the cow digestive apparatus. From left to right : mouth and esophagus, the reticulum (brown excrescence on the left), the rumen or composed paunch, from the top to the bottom by the dorsal sac, the cranial sac and the ventral sac. The grey excrescence beneath is the abomasum or velles.
1348-5365 - Anatomy of a sow. From left to right : the heart, the digestive system with liver, pancreas, spleen and stomach. The kidneys with the ureters that discharge into the bladder. Underneath the ureters and from left to right : ovaries, oviducts, uterus and vagina. Above, the terminal part of the digestive tube (colon) with the rectum.
1348-1976 - Colon mucosa in SEM x 600. The colon mucosa is constituted of an epithelium, glands, a connective tissue. The glands of this mucosa (crypts of Lieberk?hn) have a precise physiological function in the absorption of food (secretion of intestinal juice).
1348-1975 - Colon mucosa in SEM x 600. The colon mucosa is constituted of an epithelium, glands, a connective tissue. The glands of this mucosa (crypts of Lieberk?hn) have a precise physiological function in the absorption of food (secretion of intestinal juice).
1348-1974 - Colon mucosa in SEM x 600. The colon mucosa is constituted of an epithelium, glands, a connective tissue. The glands of this mucosa (crypts of Lieberk?hn) have a precise physiological function in the absorption of food (secretion of intestinal juice).
1348-1327 - Patient having ingested a tineless fork. The stem of the fork, located in the stomach cavity, shows holes due to the corrosive action of the stomach's hydrochloric acid. The head of the fork has pierced the greater curvature and is lodged in the lesser sa
1348-1328 - Patient having ingested a tineless fork. The stem of the fork, located in the stomach cavity, shows holes due to the corrosive action of the stomach's hydrochloric acid. The head of the fork has pierced the greater curvature and is lodged in the lesser s
1348-1326 - Patient having ingested a tineless fork. The stem of the fork, located in the stomach cavity, shows holes due to the corrosive action of the stomach's hydrochloric acid. The head of the fork has pierced the greater curvature and is lodged in the lesser sa
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