Eva Ochodnická

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Ionizing radiation commonly used in the radiotherapy of brain tumours can cause adverse side effects to surrounding normal brain tissue. The most significant response of adult brain to radiation damage is induction of apoptosis. The adult mammalian subventricular zone (SVZ) of the brain lateral ventricles (LV) and their subsequent lateral ventricular(More)
The authors observed the dependence of morphometric indicators of myelinated nerve fibers on the age of experimental animals. They performed a morphometric analysis of myelinated nerve fibers, namely nervous peroneus communis in male adult white rats of 17, 21, 25 and 31 weeks of age. They discovered that the values of individual morphometric indicators of(More)
The authors studied the shape, orientation and number of Schmidt-Lantermann incisures in the sciatic nerve of the healthy guinea pig. The nerves were removed, fixed, shredded and evaluated in the light microscope. Internode length, fibre diameter and segment length were measured in isolated nerve fibres with an eyepiece micrometer. The number and(More)
The authors examined the calcium excretion in a group of 100 healthy subjects (50 men and 50 women) aged 21-40 years. Urine was collected under ambulatory conditions. Calcium excretion was expressed as Ca excretion per minute, Nordin's index, calciuria/GF.1.73 m2 and the renal threshold for calcium. Calcium excretion per minute was significantly lower in(More)
The purpose of this study was to examine morphometric changes of myelinated fibers in early stages of experimental diabetes mellitus. Adult male Wistar rats aged 17 wk were used in this study. Diabetes mellitus was induced by streptozotocin. Samples of common peroneal nerve from diabetic rats (4 and 8 wk after induction of diabetes mellitus) and age-matched(More)