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KMID : 0359319790190010009
Korean Journal of Veterinary Research
1979 Volume.19 No. 1 p.9 ~ p.15
Comparative Anatomic Structures of Nonhuman Primate Lungs


JamesT.Rosenbaum
Abstract
Anatomical measurements were made at the necoropsy and sacrifice in a group of 41 adult female Rhesus monkey to determine the 34 characteristcs found in tracheas and bronchus.
Table 1, 2, 3, 4, and figure 1 were therefore prepared as a guide in the further use for illustrating monkey lung research.
Summary of this report is as follows:
1. Accurate Knowledge of these measurements may have some value in pulmonary dissection and reconstructive procedures
2. These studies may provide a more accurate determination of the monkey lungs.
3. The right and left bronchus length of the monkey is shorter than formed in man.
4. The left bronchus length is more longer than the right bronchus.
5. There were large variation among the weight of adult female Rhesus monkey.
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