By Prof. Dr. H. M. Duvernoy (auth.), Prof. Dr. Ludwig M. Auer, Prof. Dr. F. Loew (eds.)
Research within the morphology-angioarchitecture and ultrastructure-of cerebral veins has been commonly missed in earlier many years; research used to be quite often focussed at the arterial aspect of mind stream. This situation has definitely had a unfavorable impression at the improvement of information in scientific medication approximately cerebral venous illness. Cerebra} venous pathology and its outcome is, even if, a widespread problern in medical neurosur gery, either in regards to operative thoughts and conservative deal with ment. consequently, it isn't remarkable that the initiative to assemble, for the 1st time, facts on our current wisdom in uncomplicated study of cerebral veins, their constitution and serve as less than common and pathological situations, got here from clinicians. concerning the cerebral veins the clinician has basically in view the dysfunctions originating from embryogenetic malformations, phlebitic obstruction, tumourous shunts, or irritating lesions. but additionally to that, specific consciousness might be paid to the microstructure ofthe venous vessel partitions, their barrier functionality, and the venous vasomotor procedure. learning those interrelationships has for a very long time been either attention-grabbing and of quick curiosity to me.
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Occasionally, we were able to observe a parallel arrangement of filaments in the periendothelial cells, whilst the other compartments of the periendothelial cells were deformed. Cerebra! Veins 4 50 J. Cerv6s-Navarro and W. Roggendorf: Fig. 1 a. Postcapillary venule of human parietallobe with segmental fibrosis. x 16,200 Fig. I b. Detail from Fig. 1 a. Large numbers of collagen bundles in the perivascular space. X 33,000 51 An Ultrastructural Study Fig. 2 a. Postcapillary venule from the human pons.
1 a. Postcapillary venules from the human pons. Small processes of periendothelial cells showing incomplete sheathing of the vessel circumference. x 11,200 Fig. I b. Nuclear inclusion bodies in an endothelial cell of a human brain venule. x 28,000 The volume and nature of the perivascular space around intracerebral venules vary considerably depending upon the location in the brain. In cortical postcapillary venules, the endothelial basallamina merges with that of the surrounding nerve tissue, so that no perivascular space exists.
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The Cerebral Veins: An Experimental and Clinical Update by Prof. Dr. H. M. Duvernoy (auth.), Prof. Dr. Ludwig M. Auer, Prof. Dr. F. Loew (eds.)