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The microvascular architecture of the human cerebral subcortical white matter was studied. Most of the subcortical arteries ran straight through the cortex, but upon entering the white matter, they began to coil, loop, and spiral. Vascular stains showed wide spaces between the adventitial sheaths and blood vessels. The blood vessels coiled, looped, and(More)
The vascular architecture of the human cerebral deep white matter was studied using soft X-ray and diaphanized specimens, achieved by intra-arterial injection of barium and vascular stain respectively, and also by electron microscopic examination of the corrosion cast of arteries in normal adult brains. The deep white matter arteries passed through the(More)
In the present study, the human cerebral meninges were rich in blood vessels, but no capillaries were noted. The meningeal arteries ran over the veins where they crossed. Several arterial anastomoses existed on the cortical surface. The meningeal arteries were classified into four parts; the conducting artery approximately 700 microm in diameter,(More)
The vascular architecture of the human cerebellar meninges was investigated. The surface meninges were poor in vasculature. In the sulci, the meninges were highly vascular but had few capillaries. The venous blood vessels gave long side branches at right angles to the parent vessels in a cruciform pattern, running horizontally along the cerebellar sulci.(More)
Myeloid-derived suppressor cells (MDSC) are a heterogeneous population of immature and progenitor myeloid cells with an immunosuppressive role in various types of cancer, including head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC). However, the effect on the host immune system, especially on invariant NKT (iNKT) cells with potent anti-tumor activity, remains(More)
AIMS   To review the histopathological features of cervical LNs, and to clarify the changes in extracervical LNs, in acute Kawasaki disease (KD). METHODS AND RESULTS   The samples were obtained from 33 patients with acute-phase KD. We divided the LNs into those in the neck (n = 23) and those located elsewhere (n = 26), and investigated them(More)
We report a case of primary adenocarcinoma of the rete testis in a 55-year-old man with pulmonary metastases that were detected 11 months prior to the diagnosis of the primary lesion. Primary adenocarcinoma of the rete testis is an extremely rare malignant tumor with a poor outcome. The most common primary symptom is a scrotal mass, often accompanied by(More)
The 24-h whole-body retention (24-h WBR) of 47Ca-chloride and 99mTc-MDP was measured in four rat models over a 6-week period at 2 week intervals. Fine detail bone radiographs of the femurs and histologic bone specimens were also obtained simultaneously. In the osteomalacic (M) and steroid-induced osteoporotic (S) groups the 24-h WBR values of 47Ca were(More)
Primary cardiac synovial sarcoma is a rare disease. A 51-year-old man visited our hospital with the chief complaint of palpitations and shortness of breath while exercising. Copious bloody pericardial effusion and a multicystic intrapericardial tumor were detected. A primary cardiac malignant tumor was suspected, an open-chest tumor resection was performed(More)