Ciba Foundation Symposium - The Cerebrospinal Fluid: by G. E. W. ; O'Connor, Cecilia M. Ciba Foundation

By G. E. W. ; O'Connor, Cecilia M. Ciba Foundation Wolstenholme

Chapter 1 Chairman's starting feedback (pages 1–2): G. A. G. Mitchell
Chapter 2 Structural and useful adjustments within the Telencephalic Choroid Plexus in the course of Human Ontogenesis (pages 3–31): J. Ariens Kappers
Chapter three The constitution and Relationships of Arachnoid Granulations (pages 32–54): Leslie Turner
Chapter four The advantageous constitution of the Mammalian Choroid Plexus (pages 55–79): George B. Wislocki and Aaron J. Ladman
Chapter five Nerves of the Meninges and Choroid Plexuses (pages 80–96): E. R. A. Cooper
Chapter 6 Observations at the Choroid Plexus Maintained as an Organ in Tissue tradition (pages 97–123): C. E. Lumsden
Chapter 7 Observations at the construction and circulate of the Cerebrospinal Fluid (pages 124–146): D. H. M. Woollam and J. W. Millen
Chapter eight reviews of the Formation and Absorption of the Cerebrospinal Fluid utilizing Radioactive Isotopes: A severe evaluate of knowledge and Conclusions (pages 147–167): B. Selverstone
Chapter nine supplements and the Cerebrospinal Fluid (pages 168–188): J. W. Millen and D. H. M. Woollam
Chapter 10 a few features of the connection among the Cerebrospinal Fluid and the imperative fearful approach (pages 189–208): Hugh Davson
Chapter eleven The lifestyles of a Barrier among the Cerebrospinal Fluid and the Boundary of the mind; together with Experimental Investigations on Rabbits, utilizing Bilirubinaemia (pages 209–229): Lennart Herlin
Chapter 12 Neuropathological Observations at the Cerebrospinal Fluid Pathway (pages 230–245): okay. J. Zulch
Chapter thirteen Mechanical elements of the Cerebrospinal Fluid Circulation—Physiological, Pathological, Surgical (pages 246–264): Norman M. Dott and F. John Gillingham
Chapter 14 Clinicopathological elements of the Cerebrospinal Fluid move (pages 265–281): Richard T. Johnson
Chapter 15 a potential Mechanism of Hydrocephalus: The Osmotic rules of Cerebrospinal Fluid quantity (pages 282–301): David Bowsher
Chapter sixteen a few difficulties of Experimental Spinal Anaesthesia (pages 302–326): A. D. Macdonald

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4 (a). 4. ( a ) Coronal, ( 6 ) sagittal, and (c) horizontal sections of arachnoid granulations. 4 (6). 4 (c). similar in structure to the arachnoid villi of the rhesus monkey (Fig. 5 ) . Many arachnoid granulations show what has been called an “epithelial cell cap”. In most cases, the aggregation of cells to which this name has been given lies a t the summit of the granulation. It consists of a collection of round or oval cells with pale, basophilic cytoplasm, arranged as a cap surmounting the granulation and occasionally having a stratified appearance.

Turner: I agree. I tried to emphasize that this compact arrangement of the pia-arachnoid relates only to the parasagittal region. Around the spinal cord and in the region of the great cisternae a t the base of the brain there is an obvious space, and the structure is quite different from what it is parasagittally. Selverstone: In the parasagittal region, however, when the brain is exposed a t operation one sees that the subarachnoid space is quite as transparent as it is anywhere else, and rather thicker perhaps.

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