Electron Microscopic Studies on Experimental Brain Edema
Experimental brain edema was produced in rats by triethyltin hydroxide feeding, and in cats by focal extradural freezing and by inducing hypercapnic hypoxia. The animals were killed by perfusion with buffered 4% glutaraldehyde; normal and edematous brain tissues were post-fixed with 1% osmium tetroxide. The Maraglas-embedded material was cut on a Porter-Blum Ultramicrotome, and the sections were stained with lead citrate.
KeywordsWhite Matter Intercellular Space Osmium Tetroxide Cerebellar White Matter Pinocytotic Vesicle
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