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Medial View of Raccoon Mandible 

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X-ray interpretation of Dog

medical illustration of This image is half of a raccoon mandible that was recovered in marshes along the Georgia coast. Nerve innervation and arterial supply for the teeth can be seen entering through the mandibular foramen. A section of the body has been removed to reveal the structures in the mandibular canal. The sample is missing the incisors.
Next medical illustration of These images are of a bovine (cow or ox) cervical vertebra that was found in marshes along the Georgia coast. The transverse foramen and short spinous process are key anatomical identifiers for the group of cervical vertebrae. One image shows the bone by itself and the other shows the spinal cord in place; structures in both images are labeled for reference.

Bovine Cervical Vertebra Anatomy

This image is half of a raccoon mandible that was recovered in marshes along the Georgia coast. Nerve innervation and arterial supply for the teeth can be seen entering through the mandibular foramen. A section of the body has been removed to reveal the structures in the mandibular canal. The sample is missing the incisors.

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