The receptors of the main veins of the limbs in dogs and monkeys

  • A. G. Fedorova
Morphology and Pathomorphology
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Summary

The results of investigation of the nervous apparatus in the walls of the brachial, cephalic, femoral, small and large saphenous veins, examined on various levels, are presented. 10 dogs and 6 monkeys (Papio hamadryas) were used for this experiment. The specimens were silver impregnated by the Bielschowsky-Gross' method. The presence of a network of nerve fibers of average size was found in all these veins. Receptors, formed by them, belong mainly to the group of free nerve endings. The latter are found in various forms from a simple branching of the nerve fiber to more complicated ramifications which spread to many fields of vision. Encapsulated receptors of Vater-Pacini type were more scarce. These receptors, as was established by B. A. Dolgo-Saburov and his collaborators on the basis of a considerable number of observations and experiments on animals, are related to the spinal group, i.e., they are formed by the terminations of the peripheral neurons of the spinal ganglia.

Keywords

Public Health Nerve Fiber Saphenous Vein Nerve Ending Spinal Group 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. G. Fedorova
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  1. 1.Department of Normal AnatomyS. M. Kirov Order of Lenin Military Medical AcademyLeningrad

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