POSTNATAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE CEREBRAL GYRIFICATION IN THE CANINE BRAIN

Authors

  • Martin J Schmidt,

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    • From the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences, Small Animal Clinic, Justus Liebig-University, Giessen, Germany
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  • Kerstin Amort,

  • Martin Kramer


Address correspondence and reprint requests to Martin J Schmidt, at the above address. E-mail: Martin.J.Schmidt@vetmed.uni-giessen.de

Abstract

Data herein provide a reference for the normal development of canine postnatal cerebral cortical morphology. The growth of the canine cerebrum involves the emergence of sulci in a regular sequence of appearance through a number of breeds. The sequential course of sulcus development is constant in all breeds of the same age. The cortical surface is characterized by the full set of sulci at day 14 postpartum. These data will be useful for the investigations into abnormal canine cerebral cortex development.

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