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Anatomical considerations on the corona mortis
The corona mortis represents the vascular connection of the obturator and external iliac systems and the combined coronae mortis is classified in nine different subtypes that mainly (but not exclusively) correspond to various combinations of types I and II.
Telocytes form networks in normal cardiac tissues.
- M. Rusu, F. Pop, S. Hostiuc, G. Curcă, A. Jianu, D. Păduraru
- BiologyHistology and histopathology
- 1 June 2012
The results support the existence of a cardiac network of telocytes, which is found in subepicardium, in addition to intramyocardial networks built up by bipolar TCs.
The morphology and topography of the superior laryngeal artery
- M. Rusu, V. Nimigean, M. Banu, R. Cergan, V. Niculescu
- MedicineSurgical and Radiologic Anatomy
- 16 October 2007
The intralaryngeal branching patterns of the NSLA and theASLA are similar, the differences being given by the entry point into the larynx that will make the superior and anterior branches of the ASLA longer, will eliminate the transversal segment of theNSLA, and will shorten the descending segment in the paraglottic space in the case of ASLA.
Morphometric analysis of the relationships between the maxillary first molar and maxillary sinus floor
The results suggest that the palatal root of the maxillary first molar not only had the closest relationship with the sinus floor, but also proved to be the best predictor for the furcation-sinus floor distance.
- M. Rusu, A. Jianu, N. Mirancea, A. Didilescu, V. Mănoiu, D. Păduraru
- Biology, MedicineJournal of cellular and molecular medicine
- 27 January 2012
Tracheal TC could be involved in the tracheal regulation (e.g. secretion, contractility) and the tandem TC‐MC deserves further investigations.
The anatomy of the sympathetic pathway through the pterygopalatine fossa in humans.
Telocytes in parotid glands.
Evaluating telocytes presence in parotid stroma and whether their topographical features might support an involvement inParotid function modulation found telocytes appeared frequently as a strategic one, in close contact or vicinity of both secretory and regulatory apparatuses.
Esophageal telocytes and hybrid morphologies
- M. Rusu, M. Nicolescu, A. Jianu, R. Lighezan, V. Mănoiu, D. Păduraru
- Biology, MedicineCell biology international
- 1 December 2012
Transmission electron microscopy identified stromal cells with specific long and thin prolongations in esophageal samples of Wistar rats occurring beneath the basal epithelial layer, in submucosa, closely related to smooth and striated muscular fibres, as also in the adventitia.
The pterygopalatine ganglion in humans: a morphological study.
The spermatic ganglion in humans: an anatomical update.
First-time evidence of the SG topography and cathecolaminergic nature in humans is brought here; this ganglion may influence the male gonad via the inferior mesenteric plexus and via the vascular path of the testicular artery.