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MULTIDISCIPLINARY STUDIES ON THE EFFECT OF HYPERTHERMIA, HYPOTHERMIA AND CO2 LASER ON THE SCIATIC NERVE OF RATS AND RABBITS. I. ULTRASTRUCTURAL STUDY OF THE CRYOLYTIC LESION.

Author(s) : FASANO V. A.

Type of article: Article

Summary

AN ULTRASTRUCTURAL STUDY WAS CARRIED OUT ON A TRACT OF THE SCIATIC NERVE OF ALBINO RATS AND RABBITS FOLLOWING CRYOLYSIS, 8 DAYS AFTER WHICH REGENERATION COMMENCES. AN UNUSUAL PATTERN IS THE ABSENCE OF SCHWANN CELLS DURING EARLY REGENERATION, WHEREAS THERE WAS A PERSISTANCE OF THE BASAL MEMBRANE AROUND REGENERATING AXONS, A PHENOMENON WHICH HAS LEAD THE AUTHORS TO BELIEVE THAT THE MEMBRANE PLAYS A ROLE DURING THE REGENERATION PERIOD.

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  • Original title: MULTIDISCIPLINARY STUDIES ON THE EFFECT OF HYPERTHERMIA, HYPOTHERMIA AND CO2 LASER ON THE SCIATIC NERVE OF RATS AND RABBITS. I. ULTRASTRUCTURAL STUDY OF THE CRYOLYTIC LESION.
  • Record ID : 1988-2091
  • Languages: English
  • Source: Low Temperature Medicine - vol. 13 - n. 4
  • Publication date: 1987
  • Available in the IIR library

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