(1) After 1 day in vitro the explants were partly encircled by epithelium which had proliferated from the cut edges of the explant and from rete ridges near the cut edge (epiboly).
(2) More distally the nerve fibres consist only of one axon encircled by a Schwann cell.
(3) Foveal involvement included coarse foveal granularity, thinning of the foveal retinal pigment epithelium, increasing encirclement of the fovea with focal areas of atrophy, and minimal macular drusen.
(4) The roentgenographic appearance of most lesions consisted of a radiolucent central nidus encircled by sclerotic bone.
(5) At the ultrastructural level, kynurenine aminotransferase immunoreactive astrocytic processes were apparent throughout the neuropil where they often encircled capillaries and surrounded axospinous synapses.
(6) The bands encircle the muscle fiber perpendicular to the long axis of the fiber and they matched the sites of attachment of the sarcomeres to the plasma membrane.
(7) These and other results indicate that the junctional complex encircling the apical surface of a sheet of MDCK cells can provide an effective permeability barrier constituting a true occluding junction with the same properties in hemicyst and nonhemicyst areas.
(8) Encircling endocardial resection, with complete removal of endocardial scar unguided by intraoperative mapping, was employed in 10 patients with drug-resistant sustained ventricular tachycardia.
(9) The nerve bundles, encircled by basal lamina, were enclosed by a thin connective tissue layer and by flattened fibroblast-like cells.
(10) Within these fields, the development of perineuronal baskets followed a similar medial to lateral sequence: DA axons first surrounded a few neuronal cell bodies at P3 in the medial part of the intermediate LSN; at P6, Met-IR axons encircled more laterally located perikarya, and only at P9, some neurons located along the ventricle in the lateral DA field became surrounded.
(11) Ventricular tachycardias occurring after myocardial infarction (MI) and resistant to medical treatment were successfully treated in 5 patients by encircling endocardial ventriculotomy.
(12) At the end of the third reperfusion day, an atypical form of bouton degeneration was found, consisting of massive occurrence of enlarged (greater than 4 microns) boutons encircled by a clear halo.
(13) The preservation of the His bundle connection is explained by the failure of the sulcus to completely encircle the heart.
(14) Examinations of stages of fibril development in muscle fibers of seven Rhesus monkey and six human fetuses reveal SR tubules encircling the Z lines at all stages of fibril development.
(15) All patients had undergone pars plana vitrectomy with silicone oil injection for proliferative vitreoretinopathy; five patients had encircling solid silicone scleral buckles.
(16) Vibrassae show up as hair follicles plunged in a blood sinus encircled by a thick connective capsule.
(17) From these primary processes, secondary ones arise and often encircle the vessel almost completely.
(18) The "dangerous zones" are situated at the base of the right-side surface of the interatrial septum above the fibrous ring of the septal cusp of the tricuspid valve, along the base of the membranous segment of the interventricular septum, in front of the posterior fibrous triangle, and at the fibrous ring encircling the bases of the posterior and right aortic semilunar valves.
(19) Thus, under these circumstances, the message from the neuron to the oligodendrocyte to make myelin is apparently intact, yet there is interference with the ability of the oligodendroglial cell process to find, attach to and encircle CNS axons with a normal myelin sheath.
(20) Intraocular pressure was recorded continuously during intravitreal infusion of saline solution before and after the application of encircling silicone elements.
(1) Segmentally enclosed thrombolysis (SET) was undertaken immediately after PTA, when a double balloon catheter was positioned with a balloon at each end of dilated segments.
(2) These cases illustrate the danger of using such heating sources in enclosed spaces, due to their carbon monoxide-generating capability.
(3) Short-range ammunition was developed for use by law enforcement personnel in congested, enclosed areas and primarily as a hijacking deterrent in commercial airliners.
(4) As part of our investigation of the behaviour of suture materials, 3-0 sutures of polydioxanone and Maxon were enclosed in nylon pouches, a technique developed for in vivo experiments to prevent cellular interaction with implanted devices.
(5) Old fishing nets and briny ropes enclose the gardens, and lines of washing flap in the Atlantic breeze.
(6) In the presence of 0.02 mM verapamil, the maturation of cumulus-enclosed oocytes was not affected, whereas at the same dose of verapamil the maturation of denuded oocytes was inhibited.
(7) As part of a concerted effort to avoid the in danger listing, the Queensland government came up with an alternative plan to dump the sediment within an enclosed area of the Caley Valley wetlands, which is considered nationally important habitat for more than 15 species of migratory birds.
(8) Schwann cells enclose vestibular ganglion cells and their peripheral nerve fibres already on the 15th-16th gestational days.
(9) The lead shield encloses only the testes, allowing its use with nearly any radiation field that does not include the testes.
(10) An alveolar pattern is formed enclosing each of the adjacent cells.
(11) 1965.-Thin sections of filterable hemolytic anemia agent of rat, now identified as Haemobartonella muris, revealed (i) that the agent is spherical or ellipsoidal and 350 to 700 mmu in size, (ii) that it has a single limiting membrane enclosing granules and some filaments (neither cell wall nor nucleoid was found), and (iii) that it is found preferentially at the surface and sometimes within the cytoplasmic vacuoles of erythrocytes in the circulating blood and bone marrow, and multiplies there through binary fission.
(12) Water was being trapped by capillary action between the minute overlapping moss leaves long enough for it to deposit its load of calcium salts, enclosing the plants in a stone straitjacket.
(13) Treated embryos showed a delay in the longitudinal growth of the tibia, as well as in the growth of all structures enclosed by the perichondrium-periosteum.
(14) In 1 case, the cleft is enclosed on its medial side by cartilage only.
(15) Immediately before in vitro insemination, the oocytes were divided into three types with different follicle cells: denuded and corona- and cumulus-enclosed oocytes.
(16) The nerve bundles, encircled by basal lamina, were enclosed by a thin connective tissue layer and by flattened fibroblast-like cells.
(17) The germarium encloses mononucleate and binucleate trophocytes, prefollicular tissue and oogonia, while the vitellarium contains 2-5 oocytes arranged in order of maturity.
(18) The tissue is elastic, as also is the enclosed air.
(19) Previous experiments with nerves enclosed in millipore diffusion chambers had shown that myelin degradation during Wallerian degeneration depends on invasion by non-resident cells.
(20) n. differ from those in other congeneric species mainly in the absence of small spines on the surface of the transparent envelope enclosing the egg proper, measurements (size of eggs 0.069-0.075 x 0.027-0.030 mm) and their localization in the host.