Human pelvic extramural ganglion cells: a semiquantitative and immunohistochemical study

@article{Imai2006HumanPE,
  title={Human pelvic extramural ganglion cells: a semiquantitative and immunohistochemical study},
  author={Kanoko Imai and Kenichi Furuya and Michihiro Kawada and Yusuke Kinugasa and Kiichi Omote and Akiyoshi Namiki and Eiichi Uchiyama and Gen Murakami},
  journal={Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy},
  year={2006},
  volume={28},
  pages={596-605}
}
In pelvic surgery, much attention is paid to nerve bundles but not to ganglion cells. Using serial section histology of 14 postmortem-treated hemipelvis (eight males, six females; mean, 79 years old), we examined the population number, distribution, and tyrosine hydroxylase-immunoreactivity (TH-IR; suggesting sympathetic neurons) of extramural pelvic ganglion cells. All pelvic ganglion cells were uniformly sized (25–30 μm) contrasting with small intramural rectal neurons. Abundant ganglion… CONTINUE READING

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