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  • [Capillaries of the intrinsic nerves of human skeletal muscles]. [Journal Article]
    Arkh Anat Gistol Embriol 1986; 91(11):34-40Zagrebin AM, Chuchkov VM, … Isaeva IA
  • Development of blood capillaries in the human intraorganic nerves has been studied. The intramuscular nerves of fetuses, newborns, children and mature persons (88 cases in all) make the object of the investigation. Combination of light optic methods and electron microscopy is used. The development of blood capillaries of the human intraorganic nerves is a complex process, indissolubly connected w…
  • [Development of satellite-neuron relations in the spinal ganglia of the rat]. [Journal Article]
    Arkh Anat Gistol Embriol 1984; 87(8):15-22Chumasov EI
  • Cerebrospinal ganglia of 11-, 13-, 15-, 18- and 20-day-old embryos have been studied light- and electron-microscopically. On the 11th day of anlage the ganglia are presented exclusively as neuroblasts: the satellite-cells are formed later from lemmoblasts that install into the ganglion on the 13th-15th days both from the surrounding mesenchyme and from the developing roots and trunklets of the ce…
  • [Axons of sympathetic neurocytes and their relation to lemmocytes during postnatal ontogeny in the rat]. [Review]
    Arkh Anat Gistol Embriol 1983; 85(9):41-5Khrushchova ON, Iarygin VN
  • The external carotid nerves have been studied electronmicroscopically in rats at the age of 1, 6, 13, 30 days and 5 months. The growth dynamic of diameter of the axons composing the nerve has been followed, as well as formation of glial membranes around them and quantitative changes of microtubules in the axons. During the first month of life, the average axonal diameter increases more than twice…
  • Myelination of the human fetal phrenic nerve. [Journal Article]
    Acta Anat (Basel) 1982; 112(4):281-96Woźniak W, O'Rahilly R, Bruska M
  • The formation of the myelin sheath of the human phrenic nerve has been studied by electron microscopy in fetuses aged 15, 17, and 23 postovulatory weeks. At 15 weeks, the phrenic nerve is composed mainly of large bundles of axons surrounded by lemmocyte processes. However, fibres at the beginning of myelination are present and show one or one and a half turns of lemmocyte process. At 17 weeks, an…
  • Fine structure and myelination of the developing human vagus nerve. [Journal Article]
    Acta Anat (Basel) 1981; 109(3):218-30Woźniak W, O'Rahilly R
  • The development of the cervical part of the vagus nerve was studied by electron microscopy in 17 human embryos and fetuses from 18 to 220 mm crown-rump (CR) length, approximately 7--23 postovulatory weeks old. By the end of the embryonic period proper, processes of neurolemmocytes are beginning to invade the nerve bundles of the vagus. Early in the fetal period, the nerve fibres become more regul…
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