By Michael Schaer
While protecting the entire significant components of inner medication of the puppy and cat, this publication emphasizes the extra universal issues. The publication is prepared by way of physique approach, and every bankruptcy is established in a constant method, delivering the definition of every disease, its reasons, medical gains, differential diagnoses, analysis, and administration thoughts. the sensible, centred textual content is richly illustrated all through via 1,505 scientific colour images, imaging, diagrams and tables.
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The diameter (3 mm) of these stages was the same as that of the four previously described cysticerci. In some of the forms only the small aperture round the opening of the spiral canal remained uncovered by the enveloping bladder (Plate I, Fig. 2). In these we found a developed covering of the parenchymatous portion, a vestibule and its opening onto the bladder surface. The volume of the bladh h 5 mm Fig. 7 Schematic illustration of the young stage of C. cellulosae from the brain of man. A - reconstruction of a longitudinal section showing the fully differentiated parenchymatous portion and the still separated bladder of the cysticercus; B and C - sections through the same cysticercus on a horizontal level; c - plane of section C; d - plane of section B; p - parenchymatous portion; h- neck; m - bladder.
The ganglionic cells can be demonstrated with special histological methods. In addition to the specific elements they contain also supporting parenchymal cells which are also present in the lateral nerve trunks extending along the main excretory canals of the invaginated scolex. The ultrastructure of especially the integumental sensory endings of the body wall in the echinococcus was described by MoRSETH (1967). The lateral nerve trunks, according to this author, consist of large number of unmyelinated processes without a cellular sheath.
These open directly onto the surface and connect it with the basal fibrous zone beneath the distal cytoplasm. To some writers they appeared like an evagination of this fibrous zone. In earlier electron microscopic studies this layer was called "subcuticular canal" because techniques were not yet so advanced as to detect the fine fibrils in it. Enzymatic activity in the cuticle confirmed in histochemical studies by RoTHMAN and LEE (1963) suggests the mitochondrial nature of the cytoplasmic formation in the distal cytoplasm.
Clinical Medicine of the Dog and Cat, Second Edition by Michael Schaer