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Morphofunctional characteristics of the neurovascular interrelations of the peripheral nerves during their degeneration and regeneration

Zeliak, V.L.; Levitskiĭ, V.A.; Gerzanich, I.I.; Iurakh, E.M.; Lugovaia, I.R.

Fiziologicheskii Zhurnal 33(5): 87-94


ISSN/ISBN: 0201-8489
PMID: 3691873
Accession: 040735920

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Peculiarities of the rearrangement of the intratruncal blood vessels, nerve fibres and relationships between them are investigated on the median nerve of 34 adult male-dogs during its degeneration and regeneration after injury. It is established that in the full swing of degeneration and regeneration of nerve fibres (14-180 days) intratruncal blood capillaries increase in the number, that results in a decrease of the number of nerve fibres corresponding to every intratruncal capillary and being arranged in their vascularization regions. This promotes a faster removal of myelin decomposition products, activation of intraneural metabolism and quicker regeneration of the axons.

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