Lymphatics and Lymph Circulation. Physiology and Pathology by István Rusznyák, Mihály Földi, György Szabó, L. Youlten

By István Rusznyák, Mihály Földi, György Szabó, L. Youlten

Lymphatics and Lymph move: body structure and Pathology is a finished account of the body structure and pathology of lymphatics and lymph move, with emphasis at the query of lymph stream in addition to the issues of capillary filtration and diffusion within the connective tissue. those problematic techniques are defined from a uniform element of view.
Comprised of 27 chapters, this publication starts off with a dialogue at the beginning and structure of the lymphatic method, paying specific cognizance to the invention of lymphatics and lymph movement; the phylogenesis and ontogenesis of lymphatics; and basic and precise anatomy of the lymphatic method. the second one half explores the overall body structure and pathology of the lymphatic procedure and comprises chapters facing the position of the connective tissue in lymph formation; absorption into lymph capillaries; filtration and absorption via serous membranes; and lymph movement and composition. the rest chapters contemplate the significant anxious process and different organs comparable to the center, lung, liver, kidney, and pancreas.
This monograph could be priceless for college students, practitioners, and researchers in body structure and pathology.

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Various instruments were designed for the purposes of injection. Almost every anatomist of authority elaborated a new, or modified an existing procedure. About 1880 it was discovered that it is not absolutely neces­ sary to inject directly into a lymphatic vessel for filling the lymphatics of any given organ: injection into the parenchyma is sufficient. Different substances were used for injection: mercury, aqueous dye solutions, coloured gelatin, etc. All data of the textbooks and manuals concerning lymphatics are based on results obtained b y injection.

Apart from elastic fibres, the media also contains, as a rule, smooth muscle fibres. Naturally, the degree of development of the musculature ;n lymphatics of different size may be very different. There exist also great differences between the various species of animals. So, according to Zhdanov (1952) and Ranvier (1873), the lymphatic wall in dogs contains comparatively few muscle fibres, while — according to Rich­ ter (1907) — the musculature in the wall of the thoracic duct of horses is almost completely absent at certain points.

Have specified, endothelial cells may hold together in various ways. A very firm junction results from the inter- IV. General anatomy of the lymphatic system 57 FIG. 2 2 . Lymph capillaries in subcutaneous connective tissue (Jancsó, 1 9 5 5 ) . The silver-impregnation clearly reveals the characteristic form and serrated border of the endothelial cells 58 Lymphatics and Lymph Circulation digitation of neighbouring cells; less compactly joined are cells over­ lapping each other for varying lengths.

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