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Anatomy of Domestic and Non-domestic Animals Post Graduate Program

Full time M.Sc. and PhD. Courses in Anatomy of Domestic and Non-Domestic Animals will be of 4 or 8 semester programs, respectively. This two (Msc.) or four (PhD.)
years program offers an exciting opportunity to students who are interested in Anatomy and
Histology and who wish to pursue courses for industry and business, research and teaching.
The program offers computer oriented courses and extensive laboratory training. As part of
an effort to learn new macro, microscopic and immune techniques that can be used to
address regional and country problems, the program includes lectures and laboratory
training. Msc. students have to fulfill 36 credit hours as well as 52 credit hours for PhD.
students. For more information, please contact Chair Professor Maria Angélica Miglino

VCI 5701 – Research Anatomical Techniques
Number of lectures: 03
Laboratory training, seminars and others: 03
Hours of study: 03

1. Profa. Dra. Maria Angélica Miglino 2. Prof. Dr. Carlos Eduardo Ambrósio 3. Prof. Dr. José Roberto Kfoury Junior AIMS: Increase knowledge and offer the opportunity of laboratory training on anatomical
and immunological techniques to be applied to research projects. In addition, macro,
microscopic and associate techniques would be compared and discussed to facilitate
decisions on each student working research hypothesis and result interpretation. The
students would be trained to prepare anatomical structures for research and teaching.

Anatomical techniques are a solid basis for both Anatomy of Domestic and
Non-domestic Animals Post Graduation Program and research projects. Critical analysis of
results and journal publications would be carried on. Other associate techniques, as
immunohistochemistry, would help tissue and cell evaluation to be related to physiological functions.
1. Post mortem conservation: different types of conservation solutions, mummification,
embalming, freezing.
2. Osteologic techniques: skeleton maceration, bones desarticulation, bleaching,
paraffinization, decalcification, staining, diafanization, bone cavity and joint modeling.
3. Vascular techniques: vascular injections, arteries, vessels and linfatic systems, dissection,
vascular system, diafanization.
4. Neurologic techniques: dissection, conservation and preparation of CNS models;
macroscopic slices staining in CNS; nerve fibers impregnations.
5. Splanchnic techniques: conservation, modeling, paraffinization, dissection of visceral
6. Eye and ears techniques: preparation of inner ear, modeling, diafanization, preparation of
ocular globe, diafanization.
7. Techniques applied to non-domestic animals.
8. Introduction to Immunological techniques:
9. Immune system
10. Cells of the immune system
11. Immunoglobulins and receptors
12. Histocompatibility complex
13. Immunoglobulins recognition
14. Cell mediate immuno response
15. Immunological techniques applied to anatomy research
16. Polyclonal immunoglobulins
17. Monoclonal immunoglobulins
19. Immuno-staining of cells and tissues
20. Immunofluorescence (FITC, etc.)
21. Electron imuno- microscopy
22. Immunohistochemistry
23. Immunohistochemistry kits in histological slices.

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VCI 5702 - Anatomy concepts and critical analysis on anatomical research
Number of lectures:
Laboratory training, seminars and others:
Hours of study:

1. Prof. Dr. Pedro Primo Bombonato
2. Profa. Dra. Paula de Carvalho Papa
3. Prof. Dr. José Roberto Kfoury
AIMS: Offers the opportunity critical analysis on published scientific articles on anatomy
and histology fields which provides the skills on interpreting and writing texts or thesis.
Construction of scientific way of thinking on morphology would be stimulated. History of
anatomy would be addressed to help this process to be accomplished.
RATIONAL: Post-graduate students should be stimulated to scientific reading and text
construction to prepare their research projects and thesis. Concepts on the basis of anatomy
are necessary as well as methodology and bibliographic review. Critical analysis,
interpreting and thinking would be particularly important. Notable comparative models and
summary skills are pre-requisites.
1. Body plans and construction of vertebrates.
2. Anatomical terminology. Critical study.
3. General body constitution in vertebrates. Anatomical units and systems.
4. Visceral concept.
5. Normal and abnormal anatomical structures and variations.
6. Breed concept. Physical features.
7. Scientific writing. Critical view.
8. Anatomy research: bibliographic review, data organization, advising on critical reviews.
9. Rules and Directions for thesis writing.
10. Historic aspects and scientific thinking.
11. Comparative aspects of anatomical structures and systems in domestic and non-
domestic animals.
12. Museum taxonomy directions.
13. Research on museum collections.
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VCI 5770 – Teaching Anatomical Structures I
Laboratory training, seminars and others:
Hours of study:
Profa. Dra. Paula de Carvalho Papa
2. Prof. Dr. José Roberto Kfoury Junior
3. Profa. Dra. Maria Angélica Miglino
AIMS: Offers the opportunity on training and increasing knowledge on teaching
descriptive anatomy.
a) Reading and interpretation o notable scientific articles c) Planning classes and teaching on special topics d) Training teaching ability and knowledge transfer RATIONAL: Students on the post-graduate program should be trained as futures teachers
and researchers capable of ideas and knowledge transferring.
a) Interpretation skills of texts and visual contents b) Directions of teaching musculoskeletal, nervous and vascular systems. c) Users identification and applied knowledge e) Different methods of knowledge transfer h) Learning evaluation applied to different anatomical systems i) Alternative teaching methods on musculoskeletal, nervous, vascular, endocrine, respiratory, digestory and genitourinary systems. k) Collection and preparation of didactic materials -Basic anatomy knowledge on musculoskeletal, nervous, vascular, endocrine, respiratory, digestory and genitourinary systems. REFERENCES
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VCI 5753 – Placenta Morphophysiology and Placentation

Number of lectures:
Laboratory training, seminars and others:
Hours of study:

Offers the opportunity of learning different placenta and fetal membranes
morphologic organization. Students would be able to recognize different species placenta
classifications and relate them to their functions. Placenta and fetal membrane architecture
and morphology would be extensively addressed both in domestic and non-domestic

Placenta is defined as a temporary organ joining fetal and maternal tissues to
elicit physiological transfer between mother and fetus. Most part of animal species present
the chorion-allantois placenta and the comprehension of mechanisms involved in
physiological transfer have to consider anatomical, histological and biochemical aspects in
each different species.

1. History od placenta and placentation
2. Placenta classification: critical analysis. Microscopic aspects of placenta and related
3. Morphology of egg components
4. Oviparity and viviparity differences
5. Modern classification of placentation
6. Anatomical and functional aspects of placenta circulatory flow
7. Maternal and fetal circulatory system
8. Methodology on placental microcirculation investigation
9. Trophoblast orign and development
10. Embryo implantation related to different classifications of placenta.
11. Trophoblast: morphology and physiology in different species
12. Extra-cellular matrix role in trophoblast physiology
13. Physiological parameters during pregnancy
14. Pregnancy pathophysiology
15. Ultra-structure of maternal-fetal interaction 16. Ultra-structure of human placenta
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Placental-specific IGF-II is a major modulator of placental and fetal growth. Nature, vol.
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embryos. Biol. Reprod., 66, 6-13, 2002.
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VCI 5779 – Stem Cell and Animal Cloning

Number of lectures:
Laboratory training, seminars and others:
Hours of study:
Prof. Dr. Carlos Eduardo Ambrósio
Prof. Dr. Luciano Andrade Silva
3. Dr. Felipe Perecin
AIMS: Offers the opportunity to learn “state-of-art” on toti and multipotent stem cells from
different tissue sources and animal clonning. Oocyte isolation, nuclear cell fusion and
organogenesis (from morulae to embryo gastrulation and neurulation) aspects would be
extensively addressed.

Advances on genetics and molecular biology are leading to relevant changes
in veterinary medicine markedly on stem cell technology and its clinical applications.
Regenerative medicine is also an open window. All thoses perspectives are a potencial
research field for young investigators who should be aware of stem cells potencial and
applications. In addition, cloning, despite its moral and ethics aspects, is also a
biotechnology that must be addressed due to its potential contributions to animals and
human health. Histology and embryology research are therefore sciences redirected to
cytophysiology and developmental biology.

1. Stem cells: morphology and classification of toti and multipotent cells
2. Stem cells tissue sources: isolation techniques from bone marrow, embryonic annexes
and other possible tissues
3. Animal cloning: current issues
4. Oocyte isolation and nuclear fusion
5. Embryo development and epigenetics
6. Pre-implantation embryonic differentiation
5. Early embryonic development: inner cell mass to neurulation closure
6. Bovine clone pregnancy follow-up: morphophysiological aspects
7. Umbilical cord cannulation: methodology to study fetal physiology
8. Bovine placenta and placentation: normal and cloned embryos
9. Functional comparative aspects in different animal models
10. Bioethics in stem cells and cloning studies 11. Birds modeling
Batchelder CA, Hoffert KA, Bertolini M, Moyer AL, Mason JB, Petkov SG, Famula TR,
Anderson GB. Effect of the nuclear-donor cell lineage, type, and cell donor on development
of somatic cell nuclear transfer embryos in cattle. Cloning Stem Cells, 2005, no prelo.
Bertolini M, Anderson GB. The placenta as a contributor to production of large calves.
Theriogenology 2002; 57:181-187.
Bertolini M, Famula TR and Anderson GB. Appearance of giant cotyledons in the Large
Calf Syndrome. J Anim Sci 2000; 78(Suppl 2):65-68.
Bertolini M, Moyer AL, Mason JB, Batchelder CA, Hoffert KA, Bertolini LR, Carneiro
GF, Cargill SL, Famula TR, CC Calvert, Sainz RD, Anderson GB. Evidence of increased
substrate availability to in vitro-derived bovine foetuses and association with accelerated
conceptus growth. Reproduction 2004; 128:341-354.
Bertolini M, Wallace CR, Anderson GB. Expression profile and protein levels of placental
products as indirect measures of placental function in in vitro-derived bovine pregnancies.
Reproduction 2005, no prelo.
Conley AJ, Mason JI. Placental steroid hormones. Baillieres Clin Endocrinol Metab 1990;
4: 249-272.
DeSouza PA, King T, Harkness L, Young LE, Walker SK, Wilmut I. Evaluation of
gestational deficiencies in cloned sheep fetuses and placentae. Biol Reprod 2001; 65:23-30.
Farin PW, Crosier AE, Farin CE. Influence of in vitro systems on embryo survival and fetal
development in cattle. Theriogenology 2001; 55:151-170.
Garry FB, Adams R, McCann JP, Odde KG. Postnatal characteristics of calves produced by
nuclear transfer cloning. Theriogenology 1996; 45:141-152.
Geisert RD, Conley AJ. Secretion and Metabolism of Steroids in Subprimate Mammals
During Pregnancy. In: Bazer FW (ed.), The Endocrinology of Pregnancy. New Jersey:
Humana Press Inc.; 1998: 291-318.
Hammer CJ, Tyler HD, Loskutoff NM, Armstrong DL, Funk DJ, Lindsey BR, Simmons
LG. Compromised development of calves (Bos gaurus) derived from in vitro-generated
embryos and transferred interspecifically into domestic cattle (Bos taurus). Theriogenology
2001; 55:1447-1455.
Hashizume K, Ishiwata H, Kizaki K, Yamada O, Takahashi T, Imai K, Patel OV, Akagi S,
Shimizu M, Takahashi S, Katsuma S, Shiojima S, Hirasawa A, Tsujimoto G, Todoroki J,
Izaike Y. Implantation and placental development in somatic cell clone recipient cows.
Cloning Stem Cells 2002; 4:197-209.
Heyman Y, Chavatte-Palmer P, LeBourhis D, Camous S, Vignon X, Renard JP. Frequency
and occurrence of late-gestation losses from cattle cloned embryos. Biol Reprod 2002;
Hill JR , Chavatte-Palmer P. Pregnancy and neonatal care of cloned animals. In Cibelli J,
Lanza RP, Campbell KHS, West MD, eds: Principles of Cloning, Amsterdam and others,
2002, Academic Press, pp 247-266.
Hill JR, Edwards JF, Sawyer N, Blackwell C, Cibelli JB. Placental anomalies in a viable
cloned calf. Cloning 2001; 3:83-88.
Hoffert KA, Batchelder CA, Bertolini M, Moyer AL, Famula TR, Anderson DL, Anderson
GB. Measures of maternal-fetal interaction in day-30 bovine pregnancies derived from
nuclear transfer. Cloning Stem Cells 2005, no prelo.
Meirelles FV, Bordignon V, Watanabe YF, Watanabe MR, Dayan A, Lôbo RB, Garcia JM,
Smith LC. Complete replacement of the mitrochondrial genotype in a Bos indicus calf
reconstructed by nuclear transfer to a Bos taurus oocyte. Genetics 2001; 158:351-357.
Mello MR, Caetano HV, Marques MG, Padilha MS, Garcia JF, Milazzotto MP, Assumpcao
ME, Lima AS, Nicacio AC, Mendes CM, Oliveira VP, Visintin JA. Production of a cloned
calf from a fetal fibroblast cell line. Braz J Med Biol Res 2003; 36:1485-1489.
Polejaeva IA, Chen SH, Vaught TD, Page RL, Mullins J, Ball S, Dal Y, Boone J, Walker S,
Ayares DL, Colman A, Campbell KHS. Cloned pigs produced by nuclear transfer from
adult somatic cells. Nature 2000; 407:86-89.
Rudenko L, Matheson JC, Adams AL, Dubbin ES, Greenlees KJ. Food consumption risks
associated with animal clones: What should be investigated? Cloning Stem Cells 2004;
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fish derived from transgenic common carp (Cyprinus carpio) nuclei and goldfish (Carassius
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Shi L, Wu J. Epigenetic regulation in mammalian preimplantation embryo development.
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transcription, epigenetics, and culture environment. Reproduction 2008 Feb;135(2):141-50.
Suzuki J Jr, Therrien J, Filion F, Lefebvre R, Goff AK, Smith LC. In vitro culture and
somatic cell nuclear transfer affect imprinting of SNRPN gene in pre-and post-implantation
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Chen L, Yabuuchi A, Eminli S, Takeuchi A, Lu CW, Hochedlinger K, Daley GQ. Cross-
regulation of the Nanog and Cdx2 promoters. Cell Res. 2009;19:1052-61.

VCI 5707 – Structural and functional basis of endocrine genital male and female systems CREDIT HOURS: 04
Number of lectures:
Laboratory training, seminars and others:
Hours of study:

AIMS: Offers to opportunity of anatomical recognition of urogenita system and
relationships to endocrine function. Allow students to learn recent findings on the research
field and veterinary practice. Also, would address body systems in an integrated point-of-
RATIONAL: Students would be stimulated to an anatomical critical analysis of renal
architecture and organization of genital male and female organs and endocrine genital
function in different species to aim research and teaching.

1. Renal vascular architecture. Renal segmentation.
2. Testicular migration. Mechanism analysis: involved structures.
3. Comparative analysis of anatomical aspects of testis and epididymis.
4. Comparative analysis of sperm transport and elimination. Annexed glands.
5. Anatomical aspects of penile erection.
6. Anatomical and surgical aspects of prepucious.
7. Anatomy of ovaries and oviduct: comparative analysis.
8. Functional architecture of myometrium.
9. Anatomical position of pelvic organs. Suspension system and ligaments.
10. Morphofunctional analysis of embryonic annexes and placental vascular system.
11. Avian systems.
12. Endocrine glands. History. Study methods.
13. Thyroid gland: anatomy and segmentation. Anatomical and surgical correlations.
Comparative analysis.
14. Parathyroid gland: anatomy, position and comparative anatomical aspects.
Morphological significance.
15. Timus: macro and microscopic anatomy. Comparative anatomical aspects. Involution.
16. Hipophysis. Morphological significance. Anatomical aspects. Differences between
humans and animals.
17. Adrenal gland. Morphology and differences within species. Segmentation.
18. Cromaphin system. Paraganglionar organs.
ACKERMAN, N. Radiology and ultrasound of urogenital diseases in dogs and cats.
Ames, Iowa State University, 1991.
ASHDOWN, R.R. & DONE, S.H. O cavalo. São Paulo, Ed. Manole, 1989.
ASHDOWN, R.R. & DONE, S.H. Os ruminantes. São Paulo, Ed. Manole, 1987.
BAN, F. Diagnostics ultrasound in the dog and cat. Blackwell Science, London, 1990
BECKETT, S.D. et al. Blood pressures and penile muscle activity in the stallion curing
coitus. Amer.J.Phyniology., 255 (5): 1072-5, 1973.
BERGMANN, M.; SCHINDELMEISER, J.; GREVEN, H. The blood-testis barrier in
vertebrate having different testicular organization. Cell.Tissue Res., 238: 145-150, 1984.
Trattato di anatomia veterinaria. Milano, Francesco Vallardi, s.d.
BOURDELLE, E.; BRESSOU, C. Anatomie régionale des animaux domestiques.
Paris, J.B. Baillière et Fils, 1938.
DYCE, K.M.; SACK, W.O.; WENSING, C.J.G. Tratado de Anatomia Veterinária. Rio
de Janeiro, Editora Guanabara , 1990.
ELLENBERGER, W.; BAUM, H. Handbuch der Vergleichenden Anatomie der
. Berlin, Julius Springer, 1977.
FRITSCH, R.; GERWING, M. Ecografia de perros y gatos. Editorial Acribia S. A
Zaragoza, 1996.
GINTHER, ºj. Ultrasonic Imagin and Animal Reproduction: Horses, Book 2,
Equiservices, 1995.
HARRISON, R.G. The comparative anatomy of the blood-supply of the mammalian testis.
Proc.Zool.Soc., 119: 325-344, 1949.
JANTOSOVICOVÁ, J. The intraorganic arterial system of the testis of rams, boars and
stalliones. Folia Vet., 13 (3-4): 26-31, 1969.
KÁHN, W. Veterinary Reprodutive Ultrasonography, Mosby-Wolfe, Hannover, 1994.
KAZZAZ, D.; SHANKLIN, W.M. Comparative anatomy of the superficial vessels of the
mammalian kidney demonstrated by plastic (vinyl acetate) injections and corrosion.
Journal of Anatomy, 85 (2): 163-5.
A. Fine structure of leydig and sertoli cells in the testis of immature and mature spotted ray
Torpedo marmorata. Mol Reprod Dev. 2002 Oct;63(2):192-201.
PAILHOUX E, MANDON-PEPIN B, COTINOT C. Mammalian gonadal differentiation:
the pig model. Reprod Suppl. 2001;58:65-80. Review.
anatomical and electrophysiological study of the genitofemoral nerve and some of its
targets in the male rat. J Anat. 2002 Dec;201(6):493-505.
BARONE, R. Anatomie compareé des mammifères domestiques. Paris: Vigot, 1986.
BANKS, W.J. Applied Veterinary Histology. Second Edition, Williams & Wilkin Ed. p.
467-485, 1986.
DiDio, L.J.A. Sinopse de Anatomia. Rio de Janeiro: Guanabara Koogan Ed. 1974.
GETTY, R. Anatomia dos Animais Domésticos. 5.ed. Rio de Janeiro: Guanabara Koogan,
MCALLAN B, WESTMAN W, JOSS J. The seasonal reproductive cycle of a marsupial,
Antechinus stuartii: effects of oral administration of melatonin. Gen. Comp. Endocrinol.,
Aug;128(1):82, 2002.
SCHWARZE, E.; SCHRODER, L. Compendio de Anatomia Veterinaria. Sistema
Nervioso. Organos de los Sentidos. Tomo IV. Zaragoza: Acribia, , 1970.
TESTUT, L.; LATARJET, A. Tratado de Anatomia Humana. Tomo tercero. Salvat
Editores, S.A. 1951.
VALLE, F.C.; HAYASHI, H.; PRATES, J.C.; DIDIO, L.J. Cellular and subcellular
alterations of the thyroid gland in rats caused by lithium carbonate. Bull. Assoc. Anat.
(Nancy) Jun;77 (237):39-43, 1993.
WALLEN EP, YOCHIM JM. Photoperiodic regulation of the estrous cycle of the rat: role
of the pineal gland. Biol Reprod., September;11 (2):117-24, 1974.
WHEATER, P.R.; BURKITT, H.G.; DANIELS, V.G. Functional Histology. Second
Edition. Churchill Livingstone, 1987.
VCI 5703 – Morphological basis of musculoskeleton system and phylogenetics evolution
Numberof lectures:
Laboratory training, seminars and others:
Hours of study:
Prof. Dr. Pedro Primo Bombonato
AIMS: Offers the opportunity to increase knowledge on musculoskeletoal system
addressing structure and architecture related to locomotion in mammals and birds.

New macro and microscopic methodology would be addressed as functional
anatomy related to motion and physiological aspects. Students are encouraged to
understand immunohistochemical studies and molecular biology applications. Critical
analysis and teaching skills would be stimulated.

1. Functional structure and architecture of bones.
2. Evolutionary aspects of vertebral column.
3. Pelviology and e pelvimetry.
4. Joint surfaces and its relatioships.
5. Articular static and dynamic aspects.
6. Critical analysis of joint function.
7. Muscle architecture and work. Electromyography.
8. Analysis of anatomical aspects influencing animal posture.
9. Avian models.

Molecular biology of the cell. 3ed. Garland Publishing, 1994.
BARBOSA SUEIRO, M.B. A morfologia de algumas variações raquidianas no homem.
Arquivo de Anatomia e Antropologia. Lisboa, 1932, vol. XIV, p. 613-706.
BADOUX, D.M. Bioestatística e Biodinâmica Gerais. In: GETTY, R. Anatomia dos
animais domésticos. 5aed, v.1, 2000p.
BANKS, W.J. Applied veterinary histology. WILLIAMS&WILKINS, Baltimore, 2aed,
583p., 1986.
BARBOSA SUEIRO , M B. A morfologia de algumas variações raquidiana no
homen.Arquivo de Anatomia e Antropologia .Lisboa, 1932, vol.XIV, p.613-706.
BADOUX, D M.Bioestatística e Biodinâmica gerais.In: GETTY, R .Anatomia dos Animais
Domésticos.5ª ed.v.1,2000p.
BASMAJIAN, J.V.C.; LUCA, J.C. Muscles alive their function revealed by
electromiographic. 5a ed, 1985, p. 561.
BECKER, R.O.; BASSET, L.; BACHMAN, C.H. Bioelectrical factors controlling bone
structure. In: FRONT, H. Bone biodynamics. New York, p. 209, 1963.
DYCE, K.M.; SACK, W.O.; WENSING, C.J.C. Veterinary anatomy. Saunders Company, 1987. DONOUGHUE P C, SANSON I J, Origin and early evolution of vertebrate skeletonization. Microsc Res Tech 2002 Dec 1;59(5):352-72. FAWCETT, D.W. A textbook of histology. W.B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia, 10a ed. 1017, 1986. FERREIS, H. Uber die amordnung und die Bedetung des Bindegenweles für die rochanik der skelett-muskulatur Kiel. Morph. Jalnbuch, 76: 161-181, 1935. MASCARENHAS, S.; KOBERLE, G. Possible biological importance of the electric effect in bone and collagen. In: Proceedings first latin american conference on physies in medicine and radiation protection, p. 319, 1972. METTER EJ, TALBOT LA, SCHRAGER M, CONWIT R. Skeletal Muscle Strength as a Predictor of All-Cause Mortality in Healthy Men. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci, Oct 1;57(10):B359-B365, 2002. MÓLLIER, G. Beziehungen zwischen form um Funktion der sehnen us. Gegend. Morphol. Jalnbuch, 76: 161-199, 1937. PEARSE, A.G.E. Histochemistry, Theorethical and Apllied. Churchill. Livingstone, 4ed, London, vol. 1, p. 439, 1980. PEARSE, A.G.D. Histochemistry, Theorethical and Apllied. Churchill. Livingstone, 4ed, London, vol. 2, p. 478, 1985. SLIJPER, E.J. Comparative biologie anatomical investigations on the vertebral column and spinal musculature of mammals. Amsterdan, 1946. ROMER, A.S.; PARSONS, T.S. Anatomia comparada dos vertebrados. São Paulo, Atheneu, p. 462, 1985. WEISS, L.; GREEP, R.O. Histologia. Guanabara Koogan, Rio de Janeiro, 4a ed, p.1015, 1981. VCI 5705 – Critical analysis of cardiovascular and respiratory systems CREDIT HOURS: 04
Number of lectures:
Laboratory training, seminars and others:
Hours of study:
Prof. Dr. Pedro Primo Bombonato
2. Profa. Dra. Paula de Carvalho Papa
AIMS: Offers the opportunity to increase knowledge on anatomical structures and
histology of respiratory and vascular systems, addressing methods of systematic analysis
and results interpretation. Students would be encouraged to work on scientific texts for
research and teaching in a critical point-of-view.

The relevance of respiratory and vasular systems would converge in an
integrate organism. Students would be able to make such relationships which would
increase critical analysis of systems and published information processing.

1. Phylogenetic aspects of cardiovascular system.
2. Architecture of the heart and variabilty between different animal species.
3. Arquitetura funcional do miocárdio.
4. Vascular system: concepts and relevant functions.
5. Morphophysiological aspects of cardiac rhythm conduction.
6. Cardiac arterial system architecture in domestic species.
7. Cardiac rhythm conduction system blood flow. Comparative aspects.
8. General aspects of electrocardiographic tracing in domestic animals.
Módulo Periférico
1. Vascular systems development - neovascularization.
2. Principles on permeability, vasoplasticity, blood flow, viscosity and related aspects.
3. Capillary vessels dynamics.
4. Morphphysiological aspects of microcirculation.
5. Systemic vascularization and blood flow in different organs.
6. Critical analysis of celiac and mesenteric cranial and caudal arteries.
7. Arterial and venous anastomosis.
8. Critical analysis of collateral circulation.
9. Different organizational and communications of venous systems.
10. Avian models.
11. Lung.
12. Air conduction system.
13. Pleura membranes.
14. Lung segmentation.
Nasal cavity, fossa divisions, and morphofunctional significance;
Blood flow and innervations of the nasal cavity and its relationship to clinical, surgical,
odontological procedures and images;
Larynx functional structure and architecture considering clinical and surgical procedures;
Comparative analysis of trachea morphofunctional aspects;
Lung functional anatomy in different species. Topographic aspects of lung segmentation; 6. Broncho-pulmonary segment and its relationship to pulmonary surgery; 7. Pleural anatomical dynamic and static aspects, relationship to toracic organs and clinical and surgical applications; 8. Comparative analysis of diaphragm morphofunctional aspects; 9. Critical analysis of breath mechanism in different species thoracic cavity; 10. Breath nervous mechanisms involved. REFERENCES
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Number of lectures:
Laboratory training, seminars and others:
Hours of study:
Prof. Dr. Ii Sei Watanabe
Prof. Dr. Renato Paulo Chopard
AIMS: The digestory system assumes well known and relevant role in veterinary medicine.
Morphofunctional aspects should be extensevely addressed as well as annexed glands and
regulatory processes.

Developmental and physiological aspects should be addressed and related to
morphological structures and comparative anatomy. Specie specific analysis is extremely
relevant and would be applied to nutrition, food composition and alimentary management.
On the other hand, pathophysiolgy and clinical applications would be also addressed.

1. Evolutionary and critical evaluation of tooth differentiation.
2. Morphofunctional significance of digestory system.
3. Morphofunctional aspects of ruminant gastric compartments.
4. Vascular architecture of the liver and its segmentation.
5. Comparative analysis of liver secretory system.
6. Comparative analysis of pancreas secretory system.
7. Functional and anatomical aspects of the sphincters of the digestory system.
8. Comparative analysis of the vascular anatomy of the digestory system.
9. Peritoneal implications to dynamic and static positions of abdominopelvic organs.

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AUGHSTEEN, A.A. The ultrastructure of primary cilia in the endocrine and excretory duct
cells of the pancreas of mice and rats. Eur J Morphol, Dec;39(5):277-83, 2001.
Trattato di anatomia veterinaria. Milano, Francesco Vallardi, s.d.
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BRADLEY, O.C. The Topographical Anatomy of the Thorax and Abdomen of the Horse.
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Febiger,, 1969.
GEBOES, K.; ECTORS, N.Histological and immunohistochemical study of the lymphoid
tissue in the normal stomach of the gnotobiotic pig. Virchows Arch. Dec,v. 441, n. 6,
p.589-98, 2002.
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Haustiere. Leipzig, S. Hirzel, 1963.
DYCE, K.M.; SACK, W.O.; WENSING, C.J.G. Tratado de Anatomia Veterinaria. Rio de
Janeiro, Editora Guanabara, 1990.
ELLENBERGER, W.; BAUM, H. Handbuch der vergleichenden Anatomie der Haustiere.
Berlin, Julius Springer, 1977.
EVANS, H.E.; CHRISTENSEN, G.C. Miller’s Anatomy of the dog. Philadelphia, W.B.
Saunders, 1979.
SHULMAN A, MAZKERETH R, ZALEL Y, KUINT J, LIPITZ S, AVIGAD I, ACHIRON R. Prenatal identification of esophageal atresia: the role of ultrasonography for evaluation of functional anatomy. Prenat Diagn, Aug;22(8):669-74, 2002. IWASAKI, S. Evolution of the structure and function of the vertebrate tongue. J Anat, Jul, v. 201, n. 1, p.1-13, 2002. CREDIT HOURS: 04
Number of lectures:
Laboratory training, seminars and others:
Hours of study:
Profa. Dra. Maria Angélica Miglino
Prof. Dr. Luciano Andrade Silva
3. Profa. Dra. Patrícia Cristina Baleeiro Beltrão Braga
AIMS: Offers the opportunity to increase knowledge on embryonic and fetal membranes of
different animal domestic and non-domestic species. Systems development and its
phylogenetic correlations would be addressed. Training on embryo and fetal membrane
collection, isolation, analysis and processing would be obtained.

Morphogenetic processes are relevant to architectural and position of organs
in the body. This knowledge is also relevant to morphology comprehension and to
understand embryonic cells applications to cell therapy in both human and animal diseases.

1. Embriology I:
a) Gametogenesis; b) Ovulation and implantation; c) Bilaminar germ disk development; d)
Trilaminar germ disk development; e) Embryonic layers and derivates; f) Embryonic
development and epigenetics;
g) Pre-implantational embryonic differentiation; f) Fetal development; g) Placenta and fetal
membranes development; h) Congenital malformation; i) Comparative embriology of
domestic animals.
2. Embrioloy II:
a) Musculoskeletal embryology: a.1) Joints and skeletal systems; a.2) Muscular system;
a.3) Limb development; b) Embryology of the nervous system, sense organs and
tegumental system: b.1) Nervous system; b.2) Sense organs; b.3) Tegumental system; c)
Embryology of cardiovascular system: c.1) Cardiovascular system; c.2) Lymphatic system;
d) Embryology of the primitive digestory system: d.1) Facial structures; d.2) Primitive
pharynx (branchial apparatus): Nasal cavity, auditory tube, mouth, pharynx, amygdale e
thymus, thyroid gland, parathyroid and hypophysis; d.3) Respiratory system: larynx,
trachea, lungs and pleura cavity; d.4) Disgestory system and annexed glands; d.5)
Pancreatic islets; d.6) Celomatic cavity and mesos - Spleen; d.7) Diaphragm; e)
Embryology of the urogenital system: e.1) Urinary system; e.2) Male genital system; e.3) Female genital system; e.4) Adrenal gland. 3. Avian models.
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1987. 342 pp.
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Number of lectures:
Laboratory training, seminars and others:
Hours of study:
Prof. Dr. Renato Paulo Chopard
2. Prof. Dr. Maria Angélica Miglino
AIMS: Increase knowledge on sense organs and nervous system in different animal
species. Students would be encouraged to discover the biological modeling significance, as
well as its possible variations and species differences relevants to behavior. Critical
analysis of diffent topics addressed and relevance to research or professional demands.

All addressed topics are relevant to different scientific and professional
areas. Knowledge would be necessary for comparative anatomy, neurology,
neuropharmacology, anaesthsiology, surgery, toxicology, and others. Complexity of
nervous system and sense organs would be integrated to physiological aspects and
environment adaptation. Nervous system chemical, physical, biological and structural
approaches would be connected to animal behavior responses and senses activation.

Discussion based activities would help to increase knowledge on concepts,
function, shape, morphofunctional and morphophysiological aspects.
- Phylogenesis of nervous system. Critical analysis of biological modeling and
organizational aspects.
- Differentiation of the primitive neural cord. Morphofunctional significance.
- Morphofunctional and organizational aspects of nervous system. Critical analysis. Phylo
and ontogenetics origns.
- Morphofunctional aspects of segmentary nervous system. Spinal cord.
- Morphofunctional aspects of segmentary nervous system.Mesencephalus.
- Morphofunctional aspects of supra-segmentary nervous system. Cerebelum.
- Morphofunctional aspects of supra-segmentary nervous system. I-Striatum; II- Limbic
system; III – Cerebral cortex.
- Afferent and efferent pathways. Critical analysis. Degeneration and regeneration on
periferal nervous system.
- Comparative analysis of macro and microscopic aspects of central nervous system.
Comparative analysis of macroscopic aspects of vascularization on the central nervous
system. Meninges.
Anatomical aspects of bone orbit in different species.
Image on the retina. Morphofunctional aspects and significance.
Histofunctional aspects of the retina.
Morphofunctional analysis of auditory conduct: inner and outer ear.
Facial nerves and its relationship to auditory pathways.
Mastoid process and morphofunctional significance.
Vestibular pathways and audition. Morphofunctional aspects.
Morphophysiology of olfatory organ.
Morphophysiology of taste structures.
Morphophysiology of touch structures.
Avian sense organs.

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