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Comparative histochemical study of the nervous apparatus of the large cerebral vein system (Galen's vein) and its influxes--the interior cerebral veins and the veins of the cerebral basis, was performed in cats, rats, guinea-pigs, and humans. Deep cerebral veins were found to be rather well supplied with cholin- and adrenergic nerves. Paravasal, surface and(More)
The functional condition of lateral endocrine (melanocytes, mast cells) and neurogenic (adrenergic plexus) arterial apparatus of the cat brain during occlusion of the right common carotid artery for 5, 20, 35 min, was studied. The maximal decrease of the melanocytes occurred on the 20th min in the vessels of the right side of the Willis circle. An increased(More)
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