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Patho-histological changes in intramural nerve plexuses of the esophagus in its affection with carcinoma, state of nerve elements in carcinomatous tumor of esophagus



Patho-histological changes in intramural nerve plexuses of the esophagus in its affection with carcinoma, state of nerve elements in carcinomatous tumor of esophagus



Tr Chkalovsk Med Inst (5): 277-292



The whole wall of the esophagus above and below the tumor in 17 cases and the carcinomatous tissue in 14 cases were investigated. Nerve formations of the wall of the esophagus around the tumor disclosed the manifestations of irritation, regeneration and destruction, decreasing in accordance with the distance from the tumor focus. In the tumor tissue, along with previous nerve, regenerating nerve formation was observed. It was stressed that on all levels of the esophagus a tremendous number of viable nerve cells and fibers were preserved. The observed changes were regarded by the author as reflex trophic disturbances. [long dash]Transl. from Referat. Zhur. Biol. 27453, 1959, courtesy OTS-JPRS.

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