neuroglia

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Vargas DL, Nascimbene C, Krishnan C, Zimmerman AW, Pardo CA (2005) Neuroglial activation and neuroinflammation in the brain of patients with autism.
Intracranial extracerebral neuroglial heterotopia: A case report and review of the literature.
De los anteriores, los GBG son lesiones con origen astrocitico, oligodendroglial o neuroglial, menos agresivas y con mejor respuesta al tratamiento si se comparan con los gliomas de alto grado [3,4].
Research has suggested that royal jelly may stimulate the growth of neuroglial cells and in turn may help treat Parkinson's and Alzheimer's diseases.
The occurrence of apoptosis in neuroglial cells of cerebellellum white matter was seen scattered basis (fig 8).
When neurotropic measles virus is inoculated into mouse brain, neuroglial excitotoxicity (probably via N-methyl D-aspartate (NMDA)-receptor signaling) preceded neuronal hyperexcitability resulting in intermittent and later continuous seizures, followed by neuronal cell loss.
Mathematical and experimental approaches to identify and predict the effects of chemotherapy on neuroglial precursors.
In the histological sections of both the treated and control groups the large multi -polar neurons were dispersed among the neuroglial cells and were characterized by numerous processes extending in different directions from the perikaryon or the cell body (Fig.
Neuroglial alterations occur early in DR and are a consequence as well as a contributor to vascular abnormalities, are highlighted in the next chapter.
At the same time there is an approximation of neuroglial cells to neurons.
For example, early studies of prenatal alcohol-induced neuropathology were derived from postmortem tissue, which showed that prenatal alcohol leads to microencephaly (small brain), as well as neuroglial heterotopias (nerve cells that have migrated to the wrong location) and disrupted development of the corpus callosum and cerebellum (Clarren et al.
4, 5, 6) A pesar de estar clasificado por la OMS como un tumor neuroglial se cree que posee una base malformativa.
Tipo II: Variante en empedrado (del ingles cobblestone), que son un conjunto de desordenes de la integridad de la superficie pial, derivados de una displasia cortical que condiciona una obliteracion del espacio subaracnoideo con tejido ectopico neuroglial, lo que macroscopica--mente se manifiesta como meninges opacas y gruesas, y pondera el desarrollo de hidrocefalo:
Specialized neuroglial arrangement may explain the capacity of vomeronasal axons to reinnervate central neurons.
Reticuloendothelial, myocardial, adipose, and neuroglial cells are preferred sites for replication.