2017
DOI: 10.1590/s0100-736x2017000400018
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Características ultrassonográficas de fígado, vesícula biliar, rins, vesícula urinária e jejuno em coelhos jovens e adultos

Abstract: RESUMO: O presente trabalho descreveu características e comparou mensurações do fígado, vesícula biliar, rins, vesícula urinária e jejuno de coelhos da raça Nova Zelândia Branco (NZB) jovens e adultos. O grupo dos jovens foi composto por 39 coelhos de ambos os sexos (20 machos e 19 fêmeas), desmamados aos 30-31 dias de idade, sendo as avaliações realizadas aos 35, 56 e 77 dias de idade. O grupo dos adultos foi composto por 23 fêmeas e 15 machos, com idade superior a 6 meses, sendo realizada uma avaliação ultra… Show more

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“…Due to the widespread use of rabbits in experimental research, some studies [22][23][24] describe and compare the measurements and sonographic characteristics of healthy animals. They all point to a positive correlation between kidney measurements and animal weight, which can also be observed in this study, because, despite the measures of renal length and width of the control group, consisting of the non-operated contralateral kidney and ureter, being smaller than those described for white New Zealand rabbits [24], the animals used here had a lower average weight, justifying the difference found. In addition, another study [23], obtained similar renal measurements in 21 mixed breed animals, having an average weight equivalent to that reported in this study.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Due to the widespread use of rabbits in experimental research, some studies [22][23][24] describe and compare the measurements and sonographic characteristics of healthy animals. They all point to a positive correlation between kidney measurements and animal weight, which can also be observed in this study, because, despite the measures of renal length and width of the control group, consisting of the non-operated contralateral kidney and ureter, being smaller than those described for white New Zealand rabbits [24], the animals used here had a lower average weight, justifying the difference found. In addition, another study [23], obtained similar renal measurements in 21 mixed breed animals, having an average weight equivalent to that reported in this study.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%