2 edition of contribution to the morphology and embryology of the carotid sinus and the carotid body found in the catalog.
contribution to the morphology and embryology of the carotid sinus and the carotid body
James Dixon Boyd
Written in English
Thesis (M.D.)--The Queen"s University of Belfast, 1934.
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Abstract. The modern or living reptiles comprise four different orders: the Chelonia (turtles), the Rhynchocephalia (the tuatara, Sphenodon, from New Zealand), the Squamata (amphisbaenians, lizards and snakes) and the Crocodilia (alligators and crocodiles).Reptiles, birds and mammals together form the amniotes and are distinguished from amphibians by the evolution of a reproductive pattern. The ethmoidal sinus was apparent in the ethmoid labyrinths (Fig. 4A–D/7). It communicated directly with the ethmoidal meatus into the nasal fundus. The sphenoidal sinus. The sphenoidal sinus was in a cavity in the body and wing of the sphenoidal bone and it was subdivided into small compartments by bony by: 6.
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Pages where the terms "Historic" (textbooks, papers, people, recommendations) appear on this site, and sections within pages where this disclaimer appears, indicate that the content and scientific understanding are specific to the time of means that while some scientific descriptions are still accurate, the terminology and interpretation of the developmental mechanisms reflect.
3. CCA Aplasia. A research of the cause of the CCA absence was the topic of many works over the centuries. Macalister in  has noted that a persistence of the DC and an obliteration of the transverse part of the third PAA cause the ICA to arise independently from the opinion was supported 50 years later by the facts that no carotid sinus nor sinus nerve were presented, Author: L.
Vasović, M. Trandafilović, S. Vlajković. In mammalian species, the carotid body is localized in the carotid bifurcation and innervated by the carotid sinus nerve consisting of sensory fibers from the glossopharyngeal nerve.
However, I later decided to place the entire page under the Yun Peng Huang Collection umbrella, both to highlight the contribution of Dr. Huang and his colleagues to the small body of venous embryologic knowledge, and to place their work in appropriate and clinically-relevant context. The head and neck is not really a "system", but structurally quite different in origin from the body.
The head and neck are one of the most complicated structures that the embryo forms, with special intermediate structures (the pharyngeal arch) and contributions from all 3 embryonic layers (ectoderm, mesoderm, endoderm), and significantly, a major contribution from the neural crest. The cranial cervical ganglion (CCG), which is a paravertebral cervical sympathetic ganglion, is the site of the cell bodies for all postganglionic neurons innervating the target organs of the head and high cervical levels (Jenkins, ).Although gross anatomical studies on the CCG and its branches have been described in detail on cats (Billingsley and Ranson, ), dogs (Mizeres, Cited by: 1.
In an attempt to describe the morphofunctional consequences of uni- and bilateral aplasia of the common carotid artery (CCA), which is usually a vascular source of the external carotid (ECA) and internal carotid (ICA) arteries, we investigated online databases of anatomical and clinical papers published from the 18th century to the present : L.
Vasović, M. Trandafilović, S. Vlajković. Carotid body (CB) chemoreceptors transduce low arterial O2 tension into increased action potential activity on the carotid sinus nerves, which contributes to resting ventilatory drive, increased.
From a developmental point of view, several considerations apply. To understand the developmental background of SS and its associated malformations, first the relevant processes in embryonic development will be described.
These comprise the formation of the embryonic germ layers, including the splanchnic mesoderm with the cardiac, lung, and early vascular plexus formation. Keywords: sphenoid sinus, endoscopic sinus surgery, internal carotid artery, optic nerve.
Development of the sphenoid sinus Current theories consider that the skull base originates predominately from cartilaginous precursors with a small contribution from membranous bone [1, 2]. The sphenoid bone consists of the body, the lesser and.
The left sinus horn regresses and persists as the main vein of the heart, the coronary sinus, whose valve arises from the inferior part of the right venous valve. The right sinus horn is incorporated into the right atrium, where it forms the smooth-walled part.
The portal vein does not send blood to the sinus. The last final fibers terminate to give rise to the nerve to the carotid sinus, or Hering’s nerve, which carries visceral afferent innervation from the carotid baroreceptors.
There is a paucity of evidence in the medical literature regarding the management of GPN secondary to the rarity of the syndrome. carotid artery with stenting of symptomatic internal carotid artery stenosis,” Journal of Vascular Surgery, vol. 59, no. 5, pp. –,  E. Congdon, “Transformation of the aortic arch system during the development of the human embryo,” Contributions to Embryology Carnegie Institution No.
68, Author: L. Vasović, M. Trandafilović, S. Vlajković. When de Castro entered the carotid body (CB) field, the organ was considered to be a small autonomic ganglion, a gland, a glomus or glomerulus, or a paraganglion.
In his paper, de Castro concluded: “In sum, the Glomus caroticum is innervated by centripetal fibers, whose trophic centers are located in the sensory ganglia of the glossopharyngeal, and not by centrifugal [efferent] or Cited by: 9.
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Anton N. Sidawy and Bruce A. Perler is a must-have for vascular surgeons, interventionalists, vascular medicine specialists, and. In the first part of the study, de Castro develops the idea of the carotid sinus baroreceptor reflex as described by Hering and describes experiments on the structure and innervation of the carotid sinus area in several mammalian species giving full support to the notion that the origin of the reflex is the carotid sinus and its profuse Cited by: 9.
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The human brain is the central organ of the human nervous system, and with the spinal cord makes up the central nervous brain consists of the cerebrum, the brainstem and the controls most of the activities of the body, processing, integrating, and coordinating the information it receives from the sense organs, and making decisions as to the instructions sent to the Artery: Internal carotid arteries, vertebral arteries.
Full text of "Human embryology and morphology" See other formats. Abstract. The respiratory system has the primary functions of providing oxygen (O 2) to the blood, removing carbon dioxide (CO 2) from the blood, and eliminating heat from the chapter is concerned only with its function in the exchange of gases between air and blood.
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