KEY WORDS: Gut Motility; Histology; Ganglion
Cell; Smooth Muscle
cysts typically originate from connective tissue such as joint capsules and tendon sheaths, and less commonly within bone.
cyst of the knee was first reported by Caan (2) in 1924, who incidentally found a ganglion
cyst of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) at autopsy.
Immunohistochemical analysis of neurofilament (Figure 1C), neuron-specific enolase (NSE) (Figure 1D), glial fibrillary acidic protein (GFAP) (1D inset) and S100 (Figure 1E) showed a positive reaction in the cytoplasm of ganglion
cells, extending to their cellular processes.
Following an optic nerve injury, rats that were treated with exosomes lost a third of their retinal ganglion
cells, compared to a 90% loss among untreated rats.
I've been told that ganglion
cysts often recur, and I am very troubled by the thought that I may not be able to run consistently again, or for long distances.
The death of retinal ganglion
cells leads to vision loss in glaucoma and other optic neuropathies.
Thus, this case was diagnosed as a peroneal intraneural ganglion
, and the epithelium was dissected carefully.
Peripheral neuropathies caused by ganglion
cysts are quite rare, especially in the lower extremities.
For example, the dorsal root ganglion
is the main site of platinum accumulation during treatment with platinum-based antitumor drugs.
Majority of ganglion
are found on dorsal aspect of the wrist.
They're hoping the virus will infect nerve cells called ganglion
cells, which transmit signals from the retina to the brain.
And, while the cruciate ligaments were intact, a large pericruciate ganglion
cyst was noted (FIGURES 1 AND 2).
2) Regarding the stellate ganglion
, all of the following statements are true, except:
In this study, NAA/Cre was significantly decreased, while Cho/Cre was significantly increased in the dominant basal ganglion
and the cerebellum (compared with healthy basal ganglia and cerebellum), suggesting the occurrence of neuron death and glial cell proliferation as sequelae of neuroinflammation.