Observations of vascularization in the spinal cord of mouse embryos, with special reference to development of boundary membranes and perivascular spaces.

@article{Nakao1988ObservationsOV,
  title={Observations of vascularization in the spinal cord of mouse embryos, with special reference to development of boundary membranes and perivascular spaces.},
  author={Taisei Nakao and Akimitsu Ishizawa and Ryokei Ogawa},
  journal={The Anatomical record},
  year={1988},
  volume={221 2},
  pages={663-77}
}
The early stages of vascularizations of the spinal cord of the mouse were studied by graphic reconstruction techniques and electron microscopy. Vascular sprouts arise from the perineural vascular plexus (PNVP) to invade the cord of 10-day embryos. These enter the cord most frequently via the lateral surface between the dorsal root and the ventral root; less frequently, they enter via the ventral and/or dorsal surfaces and anastomose with sprouts that have entered via the lateral surface. During… CONTINUE READING

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