Abstract
An: 2020, Nr.1, Articol Nr. 2
Title: 

COMPARATIVE ANATOMY OF THE HUMAN AND HORSE ORBIT

Authors: 

      Ruxandra Coroleucă, F.M. Filipoiu, O. Munteanu, M. Enyedi - University of Medicine and Pharmacy „Carol Davila” Bucharest, „Carol Davila” – Doctoral School
      COMPARATIVE ANATOMY OF THE HUMAN AND HORSE ORBIT (Abstract): Starting from the definition of evolution itself, it describes a process through which a living organism has grown and developed from earlier forms over successive generations. The phylogenetics shows us different evolutionary development and diversification for different species and this comparative anatomy study aims to highlight the similarities and the differences between human and horse bony orbit. We conducted a study of comparative anatomy of human and horse orbit in which we first observed the two orbits and then identified data about the location, the constitutive walls of the orbits and the differences and similarities between them. The evolution from the four-legged position to the bipedal position was decisive for the location and the orbital characteristics.
Key words: HUMAN ORBIT, HORSE ORBIT, COMPARATIVE ANATOMY
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