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NÔMINA ANATÔMICA VETERINÁRIA - FIFTH EDITION - 2012

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(2012) 
as discussed and settled at a meeting of members of the I.C.V.G.A.N. on the occasion of the 
XXIV
th
 Congress of the European Association of Veterinary Anatomists, Brno, Czech Republic, 
July 21-25, 2002; reviewed and approved on the occasion of the XXV
th
 Congress of the European 
Association of Veterinary Anatomists, Oslo, Norway, July 28-31, 2004: 
 
Chairman: 
Professor H. Gasse 
Anatomisches Institut 
Tierärztliche Hochschule Hannover 
Bischofsholer Damm 15 
D-30173 Hannover, Germany 
Hagen.Gasse @tiho-hannover.de 
Secretary: 
Professor W. Van Den Broeck 
Department of Morphology 
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine 
Ghent University 
Salisburylaan 133, B-9820 Belgium 
Wim.Vandenbroeck@ugent.be 
 
Termini generales, Partes et Regiones 
corporis: 
Professor Y. Hashimoto 
Department of Veterinary Antomy 
Graduate School of Veterinary Medicine 
Hokkaido University 
Sapporo 060-0818, Japan 
hashimo@vetmed.hokudai.ac.jp 
Professor K. Babic, Croatia 
Professor K.-D. Budras, Germany 
Professor R. Barone, France 
Professor R. Berg, Germany 
PD Dr. J.W. Maierl, Germany 
Professor H. Waibl, Germany 
 
Osteologia et Arthrologia: 
Professor K.-D. Budras 
Institut für Veterinär-Anatomie 
Freie Universität Berlin 
Koserstrasse 20 
 D-14195 Berlin, Germany 
budras@vetmed.fu-berlin.de 
Professor K. Babic, Croatia 
Professor R. Barone, France 
Professor R. Berg, Germany 
Professor Y. Hashimoto, Japan 
PD Dr. J.W. Maierl, Germany 
Professor H. Waibl, Germany 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Myologia: 
Professor G.M. Constantinescu 
 Dept. of Veterinary Biomedical Sciences 
 College of Veterinary Medicine 
 University of Missouri 
 1600 E. Rollins 
 Columbia, MO 65211-5120, U.S.A. 
 ConstantinescuG@missouri.edu 
Professor R. Barone, France 
PD Dr. J.W. Maierl, Germany 
Professor P. Sótonyi, Hungary 
Professor O. Šterba, Czech Republic 
 
Splanchnologia: 
Professor A.S. Saber 
 Faculty of Veterinary Medicine 
 Minoufia University 
 Sadat City 
 Saberashraf_2@yahoo.com 
Professor R.R. Ashdown, Great Britain 
Professor A. Boos, Switzerland 
Professor R. Henry, U.S.A. 
 
Angiologia: 
Professor P. Simoens 
Department of Morphology 
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine 
Ghent University 
Salisburylaan 133 
B-9820 Belgium 
 Paul.Simoens@ugent.be 
Professor D. Behrens von Rautenfeld, Germany 
Professor A.J. Bezuidenhout, U.S.A. 
Dr. S. Breit, Austria 
Professor S. Godynicki, Poland 
Dr. W. Münster, Germany 
Professor A. Vodenicharov, Bulgaria 
 
NOMINA ANATOMICA VETERINARIA (2012) PREFACE 
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Integumentum commune: 
Professor H. Bragulla 
 Institut für Veterinär-Anatomie, 
 Freie Universität Berlin 
 Koserstrasse 20 
 D-14195 Berlin, Germany 
 bragull2@ zedat.fu-berlin.de 
Professor H. Geyer, Switzerland 
Dr. Ch. Mülling, Germany 
Dr. W. Münster, Germany 
 
Systema nervosum centrale: 
Professor I. Salazar 
Departamento de Anatomia y Embryologia 
 Facultad de Veterinaria 
 Universidad de Santiago de Compostela 
 Carballo Calero s/n 
 27002 Lugo, Spain 
 anigsabe@lugo.usc.es 
Professor R. Barone, France 
Professor H.D. Dellmann, U.S.A. 
Professor A. Dinopoulos, Greece 
Professor H. Gasse, Germany 
Professor C.V. Kanan, Sudan 
Professor A.N. Karamanlidis, Greece 
 
Systema nervosum periphericum: 
Professor P. Sótonyi 
 Dept. Anatomy and Histology 
 Szent Istvan University 
 Istvan u. 2 
 H-1078 Budapest, Hungary 
 psotonyi@univet.hu 
Dr. S. Buda, Germany 
Dr. S. Bruzewicz, Poland 
Professor G.M. Constantinescu, U.S.A. 
Professor C. Knospe, Germany 
Professor M. Lakomy, Poland 
Professor A. Weyns, Belgium 
 
Organa sensuum: 
Professor H. Augsburger 
 Veterinäranatomisches Institut 
 Universität Zürich 
 Winterthurer Str. 260 
 CH-8057 Zürich, Switzerland 
 augsbhr@vetanat.unizh.ch 
Professor M.S.A. Kumar, U.S.A. 
Professor W. Van Den Broeck, Belgium 
 
 
Since the publication of the fourth edition of the N.A.V., several proposals were submitted for the 
revision of the contents, and all of them have been carefully reviewed and discussed by the 
members and chairmen of the relevant subcommittees. 
 
According to the guidelines of the I.C.V.G.A.N., the Executive Committee (chairman, secretary, 
and chairmen of all subcommittees) reviewed all recommended changes and then made the final 
decision. 
 
The Editorial Committee performed all related alterations of the manuscript and forwarded an 
electronic data file to Prof. M. Stoffel, Secretary General of the W.A.V.A., who had agreed to 
implement the publication on the W.A.V.A. website, where it is available as a read-only version 
(pdf file). 
 
The responsibility for the contents and the form of the N.A.V. remains with the I.C.V.G.A.N. 
(according to the decision of the general assembly of the I.C.V.G.A.N. in Knoxville in 2003). 
Consequently, all future changes will be performed strictly in the previous manner as documented 
in the Guidelines for the Procedure to Change Terms in the Nomina Anatomica Veterinaria 
(adopted by the I.C.V.G.A.N. on October 26, 1983), with a Preface added and adopted in July, 
2004 (at the 2004 I.C.V.G.A.N. meeting in Oslo). 
 
 
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The procedure to change terms in the Nomina Anatomica Veterinaria 
 
Preface (adopted by the I.C.V.G.A.N. on July 30, 2004) 
Reliable communication systems are the major basis of an effective and successful work of the 
I.C.V.G.A.N. 
The members of the I.C.V.G.A.N., therefore, accept the obligation to respond to proposals that they 
received from the subcommittee’s chairperson or from the secretary. 
 
If a member does not respond, the secretary will send him a letter by regular surface mail, or will 
try to get in contact via E-mail or phone (if known). An answer to this letter is expected within 
three months. If no answer is received by the secretary, he will send a second letter. In case that this 
message, too, will remain without response within a period of three months, this will be taken as 
the member’s wish not to participate any further in the work of the I.C.V.G.A.N. 
 
Guidelines for the procedure to change terms in the Nomina Anatomica Veterinaria 
(adopted by the I.C.V.G.A.N. on October 26, 1983, revised in May 2003 and July 30, 2004) 
1. The Executive Committee of the I.C.V.G.A.N. consists of the Chairman, the Secretary, and the 
Subcommittee Chairmen or Chairwomen. 
2. Proposals for changes may be submitted at any time to the Secretary. He will distribute them to 
all members of the Subcommittee concerned. 
3. The recommendations of the Subcommittee will be submitted to the Executive Committee. 
4. After a period of three months, the recommendations shall be polled by the Secretary. Each 
member of the Executive Committee has one vote, regardless of the number of positions held. 
 
In 2005, the Executive Committee had eleven members; it could have twelve. A majority of two-
thirds of the Executive Committee is required to adopt a change. If the change is not adopted, it has 
to be sent back to the Subcommittee for reconsideration. 
Translating the fractions to whole numbers results in the following: 
Number of members 2/3 majority Number required to recommit 
9 6 4 
10 7 4 
11 8 4 
12 8 5 
 
 
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We acknowledge with gratitude the tremendous work of all colleagues who made the completion