A V Borodulia

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The work is devoted to the study of adrenergic terminal structures in the mesentery of mammals by fluorescent microscopy of catecholamines. The system of adrenergic innervation of the mesentery proved to be based on well-developed perivascular plexuses. In many points of these plexuses individual adrenergic fibers penetrated the avascular mesenteric areas,(More)
By means of fluorescence microscopy of catecholamines the authors studied the adrenergic innervation of cerebral arteries in mammals (dogs, cats, rabbits). It was demonstrated that the basis of a sympathic nervous apparatus of pial arteries in all animals is a well developed adrenergic plexus. In different calibre arteries of the pial membrane the nervous(More)
In the dog, the internal carotid artery and its branches were found to have a well developed nervous plexus with two kinds of nerve fibers: containing either active cholinesterase or catecholamines. In various segments of the basin, both the cholinergic and the adrenergic nerve fibers reveal structural and topographical differences depending on the(More)
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