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Electron microscopy of human fascia lata: focus on telocytes
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This is the first time it has been shown that telocytes exist in human fascia, and the exact role of those cells within the fascia is unknown and definitely deserves further attention.
Morphological features of fascia lata in relation to fascia diseases
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The main cells found were fibroblasts, fibrocytes, mast cells, cells showing myoid differentiation, nerve cells, and most interestingly, telocytes, which may contribute to a better understanding of the pathogenesis of fascial disorders and improve fascia lata application as a graft material.
Telocytes of Fascial Structures.
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Confirmation of the presence of telocytes within fascia may contribute to optimise the use of fascia as a graft material and help to find targets for future treatments for locomotor disorders, including fascial diseases.
Mineral Composition of Human fascia lata
The mineral composition of pathologically unchanged human fascia lata was examined here using inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometry (ICP-OES) method for the first time. The total
Pathology in Practice.
Investigations of Human Fascia Lata Elemental Composition—the Effect of Different Preservation and Mineralisation Methods
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Strong, positive association between element content was discovered and freezing was found as the best preserving method of fascia lata samples because of the number of elements determined and determination precision.
The biomechanical characteristics of spinal dura mater in the context of its basic morphology
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The mechanical and morphological properties of the dura mater provided by this study can be further used in computational modelling to understand injury mechanisms better and help develop injury prevention strategies.