Journal article

UROGENITAL VASCULATURE AND LOCAL STEROID CONCENTRATIONS IN THE UTERINE BRANCH OF THE OVARIAN VEIN OF THE FEMALE TAMMAR WALLABY (MACROPUS-EUGENII)

PA TOWERS, G SHAW, MB RENFREE

JOURNAL OF REPRODUCTION AND FERTILITY | J REPROD FERTIL INC | Published : 1986

Abstract

The urogenital vasculature of the tammar comprises 4 major paired arteries and veins: the ovarian, the cranial urogenital, the caudal urogenital and the internal pudendal artery and vein. The ovarian artery and vein and their uterine branches which supply the ovary, oviduct and uterus, ramify extensively. Each anterior urogenital artery and vein supplies the caudal regions of the ipsilateral uterus, lateral and median vagina and cranial parts of the urogenital sinus. The caudal urogenital arteries and veins supply the urogenital sinus and caudal regions of the bladder. The internal pudendal artery and vein vascularize the cloacal region, with some anastomoses with branches of the external pu..

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