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Ultrastructural study of the human diseased peripheral nerve
|Statement||Claude Vital, Jean-Michel Vallat.|
|LC Classifications||RC409 .V57 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 290 p. :|
|Number of Pages||290|
|LC Control Number||86024297|
Request PDF | Embryology of the Peripheral Nerves | Peripheral nerves are organs that reach all tissues by doing complex branching and serve communication such . Morphometric studies of peripheral nerves (PN) usually involve some sampling of the myelinated fibres (MF). In order to scrutinize the statistical properties of the sampling processes in common use and the reliability of the resulting estimates, a quantitative analysis of human superficial peroneal nerves from 8 different normal subjects was undertaken at the ultrastructural level, both in Cited by:
Muscle biopsies are essential in the diagnosis of primary diseases of muscle. Nerve biopsies, while less commonly employed for diagnosis, remain essential in specific cases. Proper technique in preparation of the specimen and an understanding of the clinical picture is essential in interpretation of the by: 1. Since many human heart diseases involve both the intrinsic cardiac neurons and nerves, their detailed normal ultrastructure was examined in material from autopsy cases without cardiac complications obtained no more than 8 h after death. Many intracardiac nerves were covered by epineurium, the thickness of which was related to nerve by:
Purchase Peripheral Nerve Disorders, Volume - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , The distribution and ultrastructural features of peripheral nerve processes in the extra-retinal layers of the eyes of the zebrafish, Danio rerio (Hamilton), were investigated using light and.
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Ultrastructural study of the human diseased peripheral nerve. New York: Masson Pub. USA, © Part of the Acta Neuropathologica Supplementum book series (NEUROPATHOLOGIC, volume 7) Summary As has been shown during the course of experimental allergic neuritis, in the Guillain-Barré syndrome there is an invasion of the myelin sheath in certain fibres by a Cited by: Ultrastructural Study of the Human Diseased Peripheral Nerve.
2nd ed By F Scaravilli Topics: Book ReviewsCited by: 5. Ultrastructural Study of the Human Diseased Peripheral Nerve. 2nd ed. (PMCID:PMC) Full Text Citations ; BioEntities ; Related Articles ; External Links ; J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry.
December; 51(12): PMCID: PMC Ultrastructural Study of the Human Diseased Peripheral Nerve. 2nd ed. The illustrations are of diagnostic significance for those studying peripheral nerves at the miscroscopic or ultrastructural level, and for neurologists, neurosurgeons, neurobiologists, and electrophysiologists trying to understand the underlying structural changes causing the clinical signs and symptoms of a variety of diseases and by: Ultrastructural Study of the Human Diseased Peripheral Nerve.
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The peripheral nerve was taken from 25 diabetic patients with arteritis just before or after amputation of a leg. The ultrastructural study of myelinated fibers showed several alterations. Loss of fibers varied greatly from case to by: Peripheral Nerve Disorders: Pathology and Genetics is a definitive, clinically-oriented guide to the pathology of peripheral nerve disorders.
These commonly seen neurological challenges have many causes and accurate diagnosis is often necessary via pathological analysis. In studies of human nerve samples from cadavers, nerves were macroscopically isolated from surrounding tissues (Figure ).
Meticulous histological examination of the complete nerve structure and the surrounding tissues revealed that each peripheral nerve at both plexus and terminal sites is encircled by concentric clusters of fat tissue Cited by: 9. In book: Peripheral nerve disorders: pathology and genetics, pp Ultrastructural Study of the Human Diseased Peripheral Nerve.
Vital C; The ultrastructural findings in nerve. Peripheral neuropathy is a general term that indicates any disorder of the peripheral nervous system. Since this broad definition includes all varieties and causes of peripheral nerve disease, a meaningful and useful diagnosis needs the definition to be refined.
Since definition of the type of peripheral neuropathy needs aFile Size: KB. A semi-automated interactive method (BIOCOM) was developed for the morphometric analysis of the peripheral nerve in routine histopathological examination.
The human superficial peroneal nerve was used for myelinated fibre by: The ultrastructure of the nodes of Ranvier in cat sympathetic nerve fibers.
J Ultrastruct Res. Aug; – ENGSTROM H, WERSALL J. Myelin sheath structure in nerve fibre demyelinization and branching regions. Exp Cell Res.
Apr; 14 (2)– Gamble HJ. Further electron microscope studies of human foetal peripheral by: Neville HE: Ultrastructural changes in diseased human skeletal muscle. In Vinken P, Bruyn G, eds: Handbook of Clinical Neurology. Elsevier/North-Holland, Amsterdam,63–Cited by: 3.
An ultrastructural study was performed to examine the presence and distribution of dopamine-immunoreactive nerve fibres in milky spots of the human greater omentum. Non-myelinated nerve fibres were located perivascularly as well as throughout the milky by: 4. Vital C, Vallat JM () Ultrastructural study of the human diseased peripheral nerve, 2nd edn.
Elsevier, New York Google Scholar Vital C, Staeffen J, Series C et al () Relapsing polyradiculitis after portocaval by: 2. A clinical diagnosis of Fabry's disease was considered. Sural nerve biopsy submitted for diagnosis was processed for light and electron microscopic studies. For light microscopy, paraffin sections were stained with Haematoxylin eosin (HE), Masson's trichrome (MAT).
In an adult with angiokeratomas, corneal and lenticular opacities and peripheral neuropathy, the ultrastructural examination of the nerve biopsy revealing lamellated osmiophilic inclusions in the perineurial cells and vascular endothelial cells, a diagnosis of Fabry's disease, accumulation due to α-galactosidase deficiency was considered.
Human Peripheral Nervous System The peripheral nervous system is a collection of nerves that connect the brain and spinal cord to other parts of the body and the external environment. It is subdivided into the sensory somatic system and the autonomic nervous system.Ultrastructural study not only is a useful adjunct, but may be crucial to making the diagnosis.
The cellular origin of ocular ependymomas is unsettled, although many studies suggest that the Muller glia cell or embryonic remnants in the subretinal space deserve consideration, so do the recently recognized retinal stem cells and progenitor by: 5." Peripheral nerves of armadillos were studied 16 to 30 months after intradermal or intravenous inoculation with Mycobacterium leprae.
Numerous bacilli were found within macrophages, Schwann cells, and perineurial cells; endothelial cells, pericytes, and fibroblasts were involved as well.
The bacilli were characteristically contained in membrane-limited vacuoles that were interpreted as being Cited by: 2.