Harvey Gamble

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The development of the blood vascular system of the human fetal brain was examined by both light and electron microscopy. By light microscopy the brains of human embryos and fetuses ranging in size from 8.5 to 70 mm crown-rump length have been studied in serial sections, usually of the whole embryo or fetus. In the smallest specimens the whole brain was(More)
OBJECTIVES Compelling evidence from laboratory-based and population-based studies link sleep loss to negative cardiovascular health outcomes. However, little is known about the association between sleep duration and hypertension in primary care health settings, independently of other well controlled clinical and biochemical characteristics. We investigated(More)
Capillaries of the developing cerebral cortex were examined by electron microscopy and compared with those developing in the superior rectus oculi muscle. The pericytes of cerebral vessels were found to be of very elaborate form and involved in complex 'peg and socket' relationships with endothelial cells. They were numerous and formed an almost complete(More)