Chilean flamingo with Preservation and BriteVu

Chilean flamingo with Preservation and BriteVu

Chilean flamingos (Phoenicopterus chilensis) are uniquely adapted to salt lagoons and soda lakes of South America.  They are listed as near threatened by IUCN due to water pollution and habitat loss.  They use their comb like structures to filter feed mainly plankton and algae.  This individual was tragically involved in an automobile accident however her head was spared from the trauma and used for a preservation and contrast study. BriteVu in a Bottle was used for contrast and the head…

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Golden Eagle BriteVu Perfusion

Golden Eagle BriteVu Perfusion

Golden eagle BriteVu arteriovenogram!  Perfusion with BriteVu contrast agent. Imaging done using the Anatomage Invivo5 software. For more information, visit www.Anatomage.com or email info@anatomage.com.  This is the first whole body arteriovenous contrast perfusion of an entire golden eagle. Go to https://youtu.be/Wd3X7FbPIPc to view the video.

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Pigeon Brain and Eyes BriteVu Contrast Perfusion

Pigeon Brain and Eyes BriteVu Contrast Perfusion

Pigeon brain and eyes perfused with BriteVu.  The pigeon was part of an anatomy study evaluating the wing and leg vasculature.  The brain and eyes were saved and scanned.  This is a dorsal-ventral (or top to bottom) view of the brain (right) and eyes (left).  Scanned on Siemens Inveon Micro CT at 35 µm.

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