J G Koritke

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The blood supply of the corpus callosum in Man is studied in 20 brains by injecting the vascular system with gelatinous indian ink. The arterial vascularization of the corpus callosum is derived, although in an unequal way, from both of the arterial systems of the brain: the carotid system and the vertebral-basilar system. The carotid system contributes(More)
Topographic anatomy of the different parts of the corpus adiposum buccae is analyzed by coronal, transverse and sagittal sections. These sections are compared with those realized in the same planes by tomodensitometry and magnetic resonance. This comparison allows a better knowledge of the structures shown by imaging in the superficial and deep facial(More)
The main nerves of the pelvis and lower limbs arise from the lumbar and sacral plexuses. These nerves can be affected by any of a large number of pathologic processes that occur in the paravertebral and pelvic regions. Understanding of the neurological findings related to paravertebral and pelvic pathology needs complete and accurate knowledge of the(More)
The tela choroïdea of the fourth ventricle of the sheep is vascularized principally by the caudal cerebellar artery and the dorsal network of the medulla. The choroidal branches arising from these arteries supply the capillary network of the choroïd plexus. The latter drains towards the sigmoid sinus either through the dorsal veins of the medulla or by an(More)
The tela choroidea of the fourth ventricle of the cat is vascularized principally by the caudal cerebellar artery and secondarily by the dorsal plexus of the medulla oblongata. The choroidal branches that result from these two systems give the capillary network of the choroidal plexus. This drains rostrally into the emissary veins, tributaries of the(More)
A study of 200 human thoracic anterior walls (150 of adults and 50 of children) allows to distinguish 3 types of articulations at the internal extremity of the 7th costal cartilage: a lateral sterno-costal articulation, a prexiphoïdian sterno-costal articulation and an articulation between the two 7th costal cartilages. Each type may or may not have an(More)
The tela choroïdea of the fourth ventricle of the dog is vascularized principally by the principal and accessory caudal cerebellar arteries but also by the middle cerebellar arteries and dorsal network of the medulla oblongata. The choroïdal branches arising from these arteries supply the capillary network of the choroïd plexus. The latter drains towards(More)
The human inferior choroid tela is vascularized by the posterior inferior cerebellar arteries and the anterior inferior cerebellar arteries. These arteries give off small choroid branches which supply the velate and choroid capillary networks. The latter drain downwards, into the posterior bulbar veins system, or upwards, into the veins of the lateral(More)
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