Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances

Year: 2010
Volume: 9
Issue: 4
Page No. 787 - 789

The Anatomy of the Buffalo's Cardiac Veins

Authors : Hamid Karimi, Ghaffar Ardalani, Mohsen Abbasi and Naser Razmaraii

Abstract: In this study, anatomical structure of buffalo heart coronary veins and derivities were studied. Twenty healthy buffalo hearts from slaughterhouses of Tabriz and another city around Tabriz. Buffalo hearts are used for studying architecture of coronary veins. Anatomical structure of buffalo cardiac veins (coronary veins) are detected by injection contrasts media such as barium sulpha and maglumin and injected by jellatin and latex for determination drivities branches. Obtained results of this study is showed that buffalo cardiac blood is dining into right atrium by two veins, great cardiac veins and middle cardiac veins. Great cardiac vein lie on left longitudinal groove. It was parallel to left longitudinal branch of left coronary artery. Great cardiac vein arises a circumfelex branch that is lie on coronary groove between left atrium and left ventricle. Great cardiac vein receives blood from left atrium and left ventricle and it drains into coronary sinus. Obtained results of oronary sinus biometery are showed that coronary sinus has about 4/5 cm long and 1/48 cm diameter. Middle cardiac vein go toward coronary sinus and drains into it. This vein and interventricular subsinousal artery together lie on right longitudinal groove. Also, a large vein is observed in buffalo heart. It is called ventricular margin vein.

How to cite this article:

Hamid Karimi, Ghaffar Ardalani, Mohsen Abbasi and Naser Razmaraii, 2010. The Anatomy of the Buffalo's Cardiac Veins. Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances, 9: 787-789.

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