|Title:||The adrenergic nerves of the normal and the hypertrophied heart: Biochemical, histochemical, electron-microscopic and morphometric studies (Normal and pathological anatomy ; v. 33)|
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mechanics in hypertrophied heart muscle between the sarcoplasmic reticulum and the contractile apparatus by means of myothermal measurements (with 3 figures and 2 tables) 0. 0. Number 2/3. This issue contains papers of the ERWIN RIESCR SYMPOSIUM. The Hypertrophied Heart Biophysical, biochemical and morphological aspects of hypertrophy. Dr. R. Jacob, Tiibingen Progress in the study of cardiac hypertrophy is gammg increasing attention not only from a general biological aspect but also in both sports medicine and the pathophysiology of chronic heart diseases.
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As a result of neurohistochemical and electron microscopic investigations of the autonomic nervous system (ANS) in ontogenesis of the human being and mammalia the premediatory period of its development can be divided into the stage of the nervous crest cells migration into the place of the ganglia anlage and the stage of contact of preganglionic fibers with neural elements. Quantitative neurohistochemical study of adrenergic elements of the myocardium and the adrenal medulla in victims of sudden death revealed an unequal and focal depletion of catecholamines attributable to prior pathologic processes in the myocardium. Ultrastructural and histochemical examinations demonstrated that changes in the neurons of sympathetic ganglia increased with more severe atherosclerotic lesions of the aorta and with greater changes in the vessels supplying the ganglia.
METHODS: We examined the hypertrophied plantaris (PLA) muscle of the Wistar male rats, prepared by surgical ablation of synergistic muscles. Studies were performed at 48 hours, 2, 4, 6, 10, and 15 weeks after surgical preparation.
Conducted lectin histochemical study, electron microscopic, morphometric and method of statistical analysis. Experimentally proved sanogenetic efficacy of radon balneotherapy autoimmune liver damage as analogue of autoimmune hepatitis, namely braking of lymphocytic autoagression and its consequences, and especially manifestation active of restorative morphogenesis through adaptogenic and immunomodulatory (with increased of suppressor units) properties of radon. Analyses of morphometric studies have convincingly demonstrated the effectiveness of the use of radon baths in the correction of autoimmune changes in the liver. There are also "young" hepatocytes with normal organelles structure, with hypertrophied nucleoli and numerous pores in karyolemma. In the cytoplasm there are some grains or clusters of glycogen.
Canguilhem analyzes the radically new way in which health and disease were defined in the early 19th-century, showing that the emerging categories of the normal and the pathological were far from being objective scientific concepts. He demonstrates how the epistemological foundations of modern biology and medicine were intertwined with political, economic, and technological imperatives. Canguilhem was an important influence on the thought of Michel Foucault and Louis Althusser, in particular for the way in which he poses the problem of how new domains of knowledge come into being and how they. MIT Press Direct is a distinctive collection of influential MIT Press books curated for scholars and libraries worldwide. Knowledge Futures Group.
It develops in the second and third trimenon during pregnancy but continues to change after birth with developing accommodation. The mature muscle forms three distinguishable portions which are connected but show individual characteristics.