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Morphologische Befunde zur vegetativen Innervation der Hirngefäße

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Zusammenfassung

1893 beschrieb KÖLLIKER als erster die Innervation der intrazerebralen Gefäße (24). Danach hatten zahlreiche Autoren (21,33,44,18,25) Nervenfasern demonstriert, die an die Arterien des Gehirns anhaften. Da frühere Autoren lichtmikroskopisch meist mit der Silber-Imprägnationsmethode arbeiteten, wurden ihre Resultate am Anfang der elektronenmikroskopischen Ära angezweifelt. Diese Zweifel wurden durch die überein-stimmende Aussage der Physiologen bekräftigt, daß es sich bei der Auto- regulation der Hirndurchblutung um einen myogenen Mechanismus handelt, der durch intraluminalen (17) oder zerebralen Gewebedruck (36) ausgelöst wird und unter metabolischem, aber nicht unter neurogenem Einfluß steht.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institut für Neuropathologie, Klinikum SteglitzFreie Universität BerlinGermany

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