Microvascularization of the mucocutaneous junction of the nose

  title={Microvascularization of the mucocutaneous junction of the nose},
  author={Ren{\'e}e Wolfram-Gabel and H. Sick},
  journal={Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy},
Abstract. The aim of this study was to describe the microvascularization of the area of junction located between the integuments of the nasal ala and the respiratory mucosa. This study is part of an overall study on the microvascularization of the mucocutaneous junctions of the head. It was undertaken on histological or clarified sections of noses from fetuses, newborns and adults whose vascular system was injected with Indian ink agar. The mucocutaneous junction of the nose shows similarities… 

Microvascularization of the mucocutaneous junction of the eyelid in fetuses and neonates

The palpebral mucocutaneous junction shows cutaneous-type microvascularization, just like the other junctional zones of the head.

Microvascularisation of the male urethra in neonates and infants

The microvascularisation of the male urethra was studied in neonates and infants by injection of agarised China ink into the circulation to specify the angioarchitecture of each tunic of the urethral wall.



Microvascularisation of the Lips in the Fetus and Neonate

The differences observed in the microvascularisation of the lips in the perinatal period correspond to the differences in the histological structures of the cutaneous, glabra, intermediate cutaneous,

Studies of the vascular arrangements of the nose.

Swindle (1935, 1937) is the only worker who has made a comprehensive study of the vascular arrangements of the nose in animals, but his chief contribution was to demonstrate that in some species the veins lie superficial to the arteries, while in other species the arteries lie shallow to the veins.

Vascular corrosion casts of the nasal mucosa. An experimental study in the rabbit.

The replica of the endonasal angioarchitecture offers a unique opportunity to examine the various vascular layers of the nasal mucosa as well as the junction and relationships between different vessels in the different levels of the tunica propria.

Fenestrated endothelia in vessels of the nasal mucosa

The results confirm that there is a link between the morphological peculiarities of the vascular wall and the functional behaviour of the nasal mucosa and emphasize that endothelial fenestrations seem to be characteristic for a certain segment of the microcirculatory system rather than for a distinct type of capillary vessel.

Electron Microscopy of the Nasal Vascular Bed and its Nerve Supply

  • N. Cauna
  • Medicine
    The Annals of otology, rhinology, and laryngology
  • 1970
The fine structure of blood vessels of the normal nasal respiratory mucosa was studied in seven male and three female patients ranging in age from 16 to 48 years. The samples were obtained during

The fine structure and innervation of the cushion veins of the human nasal respiratory mucosa

It was found that the subendothelial cushions were part of the tunica media and consisted of smooth muscle cells, collagen and elastic fibers and occasional fibrocytes, and possessed a rich, intrinsic nerve supply of adrenergic and cholinergic axons.

Microvascularisation of lips in ageing edentulous subjects

Macroscopic changes of the lips in the edentulous elderly subject are accompanied by variations in their microvascularisation, and a reduction in density and size of the superficial and deep networks is observed with age.

The vascular arrangement of the nasal septum of the Mongolian gerbil. A scanning electron microscopy study.

Using the microcorrosion cast technique, the overall picture of the capillary beds of the nasal septum of the gerbil rat was visualize and the different levels of the arterious and venous arrangements in the septal mucosa were demonstrated.

Angioarchitectural arrangements in corrosion cast of the nasal septum of the Mongolian gerbil.

Ultrastructure of human nasal mucosa

The intent of the study is to characterize the normal ultrastructure of human nasal mucosa with emphasis upon the difference between olfactory and respiratory epithelia, based upon surgical biopsy specimens.