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Comparative Anatomy of the Horse, Ox, and Dog: The Brain and Associated Vessels

1.In the horse, the mandibular nerve exits the calvaria by way of the
2.Which statement is true with regard to the visual system in the dog, horse, and ox?
3.The __________ is not associated with the medial compartment of the guttural pouch of the horse.
4.The rete mirabile
5.Which statement is true regarding the arterial supply to the brain?
6.Which statement concerning the dorsal sagittal sinus is true?
7.The ventral system of sinuses does not contain the
8.Which statement is false regarding the motor cortex of the horse and dog?
9.The corticospinal tract
10.The rubrospinal tract
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