[Retrograde degeneration of the neurons of the cerebellar nuclei after partial removal of the associative cerebral cortex].
- Published Article
Arkhiv anatomii, gistologii i émbriologii
- Publication Date
Jul 01, 1987
Retrograde degeneration of the cerebellar nuclei cells has been studied after partial ablation of the associative parietal cerebral cortex in the cat. The material is stained after Nissl. Retrogradely degenerated and normal cells are counted. The "ghost-cells" in the cerebellar nuclei indicate that a direct axonal connection exists between some neurons and the cerebral cortex operated, while the cells that are at other stages of degeneration are, perhaps, connected with this part of the cortex by means of axonal collaterals.
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