By C.M. Poser
This can be a thoroughly new, solely updated colour atlas-textbook of a number of sclerosis (MS). the 1st of its sort, it deals specific worth for its illustrations and instructive textual content at the very most recent diagnostic methods for MS. The publication opens with introductory and history details after which covers the pathogenesis of MS concerning alteration of the blood-brain barrier. The part on prognosis covers IgG and oligoclonal bands within the cerebrospinal fluid; evoked capability experiences, together with visible, brainstem auditory, and somatosensory; MRI (magnetic resonance imaging), together with MRI differential analysis concerning ADEM, MDEM, Lyme sickness, and HTLV-I spastic paraparesis; and puppy (positron emission tomography) and SPECT (single photon emission tomography). Concluding sections conceal the gross, microscopic, and electronmicroscopic pathology of MS and the visible procedure in MS, concerning optic and retrobulbar neuritis; fundoscopy, and visible fields. contains bibliographic re ferences and index.
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Klüver–Luxol fast blue stain. ) Courtesy of Dr S. Nielsen, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa Figure 31 Celloidin section shows the typical well-defined edges of multiple sclerosis lesions with Weigert staining. A periventricular lesion is also present (arrows). Courtesy of Professor H. Shiraki, University of Tokyo, Japan ©1998 CRC Press LLC Figure 32 Sections of optic chiasm and optic nerves showing the well-defined edges of a multiple sclerosis lesion in the chiasm and a large lesion in the right optic nerve (upper; Weigert stain), and several distinct plaques in the chiasm and left optic nerve (lower; H & E stain).
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An Atlas of Multiple Sclerosis by C.M. Poser