Z A Makhmudov

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As the analysis of the literature demonstrates, in spite of a rather wide use of the term "tr. intestinalis" and its inclusion into the PNA, it is still not clear what should be understood under this term concerning the human being. It has been stated, by means of coloured mass injections into the efferent lymphatic vessels of the hepatic, celiac and(More)
In 60 corpses of grown-up persons at the age of 21-90 years the number, size and form of the superior mesenteric lymph nodes and their vessels have been investigated. The lymph nodes in question, their afferent and deferent vessels have been revealed by means of interstitial injection of coloured masses into the small intestine wall, and subsequent(More)
The number of superior mesenteric lymph nodes regional for small intestine and its mesentery ranges from 66 to 232 in adults with brachymorphic type of constitution, from 85 to 404 in those with mesomorphic type of constitution and from 105 to 327 in adults with dolichomorphic type of constitution. Average lymph node number equals 159 in subjects with(More)
Structural feature of the large intestine glands (Liberkun crypts), located in the thickness of the ileocoecal angle valve and in the zone of appendix valve were studied using macro-microscopic methods. The material was obtained from cadaveres of 28 men and women who died at the age of 60-67. The causes of their deaths were not associated with digestive or(More)
Topography, number and age changes of the mesenteric lymph nodes in the small intestine have been studied in 40 corpses of both sex at the age of 21-90 years. The mesenteric lymph nodes, their afferent and deferent vessels have been revealed by the method of intersticial injection of coloured masses into the small intestinal wall, as well as by a direct(More)
By macro- and microscopic methods structural and functional peculiarities of glands of coecum were studied in 45 healthy people who died at the age of 60-92. It was demonstrated that glands of different regions of the coecal wall displayed significant morphological peculiarities. In zones of free, omental and mesenterial bands the density of coecal glands(More)
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