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    • A Biceps Muscle Latissimus dorsi in a Dog 

      Gil, Julio; Olivares Pérez-Montt, Ricardo (Sociedad Chilena Anatomía, 2014)
      This article reports the finding of a twin unreported muscle begin. In one dog, both, left and right muscle latissimus dorsi were biceps. The thin second head of m. latissimus dorsi that we founded, could be an intermediate ...
    • Efecto de la Desnutrición Oculta Prenatal Sobre la Histología del Esplenio Callosal 

      Olivares Pérez-Montt, Ricardo; Soto Moyano, Rubén; Hernández, A.; Gil, J.; Gimeno, M.; Laborda, J.; Aboitiz Domínguez, Francisco Javier (2007)
      Adult rats malnourished prenatally with a low-protein, isocaloric diet showed smaller median fiber diameter of myelinated and unmyelinated fibers and a higher axonal density in the callosal splenium than controls. These ...
    • Functional and structural optimization of the respiratory system of the bat Tadarida brasiliensis (Chiroptera, Molossidae): does airway geometry matter? 

      Canals Lambarri, Mauricio; Atala, Cristian; Olivares Pérez-Montt, Ricardo; Guajardo, Francisco; Figueroa, Daniela P.; Sabat Kirkwood, Alejandro Pablo; Rosenmann Abramovich, Mario (COMPANY OF BIOLOGISTS LTD, 2005-10)
      We studied structure and function of the respiratory system in the bat Tadarida brasifiensis and compared it with those of two species of rodents, Abrothrix andinus and A. olivaceus. Tadarida brasiliensis had lower resting ...
    • Lobulación pulmonar de la rata blanca (Rattus norvegicus albinus) 

      Olivares Pérez-Montt, Ricardo; Gil G., Julio (Sociedad Chilena de Anatomía, 2016)
      The laboratory rat (Rattus norvegicus albinus) laboratory rat has long been used as a biological model for research. Therefore knowledge of its anatomy, particularly as related to pulmonary lobulation is useful for any ...
    • Two Unreported Cartilagines Sesamoidea in the Elbow of the Dog 

      Gil G., Julio; Olivares Pérez-Montt, Ricardo (Sociedad Chilena de Anatomía, 2016)
      Two unreported sesamoid cartilages were found inside tendon of insertion of both muscle biceps brachii and muscle brachialis in the dog. This find adds remarkable facts envolving Anatomy, Comparative Anatomy and Clinic and ...