Effect of the Quantity of Tissue Removed on Regeneration of Organs

  • T. B. Timashkevich
Part of the Studies in Soviet Science book series (STSS)


The ways in which organs can regenerate vary greatly. The character of injury and the quantity of tissue removed both play a role. In order to obtain a clear idea of the effect of various conditions on the reparative regeneration of organs, it is first necessary to investigate the different ways in which their regenerative capacity may be manifested.


Mammary Gland Lung Tissue Mitotic Index Lacrimal Gland Subtotal Resection 
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© Consultants Bureau, New York 1974

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  • T. B. Timashkevich

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