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A statistical and morphological study of os cordis in sheep
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Considering the few report on a rare form of os cordis in herbivores such as elephants, cattle, goats and sheep, the following study was performed to determine the statistical and morphological characteristics of this rare finding in sheep. In this descriptive study on 70 sheep heart sample, 11 cases were shown to have an os cordis (15/5%). Measurements showed the mean length of os cordis to be 12_+2 mm, the mean width3_+0. 5 mm, and the mean thickness1_+0.1 mm.
Considering the relative prevalence of os cordis in sheep heart, further research including histological and physiological studies seem necessary
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Type of Study: Original | Subject: Medicine
Received: 2017 | Accepted: 2017 | Published: 2017
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A statistical and morphological study of os cordis in sheep. pajoohande. 2000; 5 (2) :95-97
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