(n.) The system of equations required for the complete expression of the relations which exist between a set of quantities.
(1) The inhibition was not seen in longitudinal muscle without myenteric plexus.
(2) Both histochemical methods revealed the presence of intra-insular fiber plexuses.
(3) It was also demonstrated that the plexus of the median eminence is, at its periphery, in direct communication with the systemic venous twigs.
(4) For Rana catesbeiana Vf was 1.43 microliter min-1 or 0.2 microliter min-1 mg choroid plexus-1 and for Rana pipiens Vf was 0.2 microliter min-1 or 0.1 microliter min-1 mg choroid plexus-1.
(5) In cancer of the pancreas head, cancer cells could invade the portal vein and perineural space of the celiac plexus, and metastasize to regional lymph nodes around the celiac axis.
(6) Because this transport system in the choroid plexus is normally responsible for the excretion of the serotonin metabolite from the brain to the plasma, accumulation of endogenously produced organic acids in the brain, secondary to reduced clearance by the choroid plexus, could be a contributing factor in the development of encephalopathy in children with medium-chain acyl-CoA dehydrogenase deficiency who have elevated levels of octanoic acid systematically.
(7) There was also a significant (P less than 0.001) improvement in clinician-assessed subjective and objective signs (bleeding, inflammation and dilatation of the haemorrhoidal plexus) after 2 and 4 weeks' treatment compared with placebo.
(8) For sequelae in the brain, nervous plexuses, heart, eye, surgical treatment can be useful, even if frequently with palliative results.
(9) The influence of high conduction blocks of the brachial plexus on the peripheral circulation in the upper extremities has been studied.
(10) Varicose fibres were found in the myenteric plexuses of the duodenum, jejunum, ileum and colon.
(11) The patients with spasm on top of a fixed organic lesion underwent a successful aorto-coronary bypass graft together with resection of the pre- and sub-aortic nerve plexus.
(12) Increased or diminished reactivity of the celiac plexus is registered in patients with duodenal ulcers, depending on the presence of complications.
(13) IGF-1 transcripts were not detected in ependymal lining or choroid plexus of the lateral ventricle.
(14) Injury to the brachial plexus was prospectively assessed in 335 patients undergoing median sternotomy for cardiac operation.
(15) Stimulation of the ipsilateral plexus had no effect on glutamate and glutamine release.
(16) The number of 125I-ANP binding sites in the choroid plexus of rats with kaolin-induced hydrocephalus was significantly higher as compared to findings in the control rats, whereas no differences in the binding affinity were observed 3 days and 3 weeks after the intracisternal injection of kaolin.
(17) During a 4-year period, 83 pregnant women with fetal choroid plexus cysts were investigated in our unit.
(18) The take of the transplanted free skin flap on the hand was proved to be influenced by the degree of immobilization of the hand operated on and the transplanted graft, the efficiency of permanent anesthesia of the humeral plexus of the operated arm and by tissue therapy with the amnion suspension.
(19) In the observation of the serial sections, capillary plexuses were able to be confirmed along the periphery, very close to the auricular cartilage.
(20) In high thoracic level lesion paraplegics monitoring heart rate was considered to be unreliable because of suspicion of injury to the sympathetic contribution to the cardiac plexus.
(n.) A net or network; a plexus; particularly, a network of blood vessels or nerves, or a part resembling a network.
(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) None of the rete-depleted ovaries exhibited normal follicular differentiation regardless of the presence or absence of the surface epithelium, whereas follicles developed normally in all the implants containing the rete system.
(3) An investigation of the tissue distribution of CMB-2 showed that the puberty, CMB-2 is secreted into the rete testis and accumulates in the epididymis in high concentration.
(4) The main histological features of the tumour were enormous, but relatively regular, acanthosis of rete pegs revealing no similarity to the squamous-cell carcinoma, and an exclusively parakeratottic eleidine-containing central plug.
(5) The innervation to the rete ridge is uniquely absent in the rabbit.
(6) The 5alpha-reductase and 3alpha-hydroxysteroid oxidoreductase enzyme activities have been measured in epididymal tissues and the control of these activities by androgens and the rete testis fluid appreciated.
(7) The effects of EDTA, and of varying pH on the capillary permeability in the rete mirabile have been investigated: EDTA had to be added to the perfusate in excess to the total content of Ca++ and Mg++ in plasma in order to elicit changes in the permeability.
(8) Thus, the pattern of sensory innervation in the glabrous rat snout skin is similar to that found in other furred species described to date, but in addition, the sensory innervation of ridged skin in the rat also resembles that of epidermis organized into rete pegs.
(9) Signal from the ipsilateral rete mirabilis is increased.
(10) These results are discussed in relation to the presumed dilution of seminiferous tubular fluid in rete testis fluid and the role of androgen-binding proteins in the transport of steroids.
(11) These features include a central dermal nevocytic component with a peripheral extension of a junctional component, elongated epidermal rete ridges, bridging of nests of melanocytes at the dermo-epidermal junction, nests of melanocytes at the sides of rete ridges as well as at their bases, and concentric eosinophilic fibrosis.
(12) Fluid was collected from the seminiferous tubules and rete testis of the treated and control groups at 1, 8, 12, and 24 hr intervals.
(13) Cells of the rete ovarii differentiate to form granulosa cells as well.
(14) Since the rete mirable ofthe eel swimbladder is a pure vascular preparation, it is most useful for the study of themorphology, the permeability, and the metabolism of the endothelial cells and for the analysis of the chemical structure of their basil laminae.
(15) The presence of sexual differentiation structures was investigated : coelomic epithelium, stromal characteristics, follicles sexual cords, medullary tubules, rete ovarii, hilar cells, mesonephric remnants and coelomic epithelium inclusions.
(16) The present observations indicate that the previous descriptions of the urodele carotid labyrinth should be corrected: a vascular ring exists around the common carotid artery and the latter shows a corresponding narrowing at the entrance to the carotid labyrinth; the vascular ring forms the most proximal part of the external carotid rete; the central chamber occupies only a part of the proximal end of the carotid labyrinth; the internal carotid rete and the external carotid rete constitute a continuous rete mirabile; and a distinct furrow exists in the boundary between these two portions of the rete mirabile.
(17) The epithelium was histochemically and ultrastructurally similar to that of the rete testis, and the tumor was considered to be of rete testis origin.
(18) Deep elongation, branching-off of rete processes and the narrowing of each junction of branches were frequently observed.
(19) This condition is characterized by a decreased caliber of the internal carotid arteries and bilateral occlusion of the anterior and middle cerebral arteries with visualization of an extensive collateral network of tortuous blood vessels of the rete mirabile type at the base of the brain.
(20) The production of anti-sperm antibodies is attributed to: 1) granuloma formation; 2) increased permeability of epithelial barriers in the rete testis and epididymis; and 3) transport of phagocytic cells to regional lymph nodes.