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タイトル副腎摘出の胸腺・リンパ組織に及ぼす影響 (幼若ダイコクネズミと老令ダイコクネズミにおける観察)
タイトルヨミフクジン テキシュツ ノ キョウセン ・ リンパソシキ ニオヨボス エイキョウ ヨウジャク ダイコクネズミ ト ロウレイ ダイコクネズミ ニオケル カンサツ
タイトル別表記Effect of Bilateral Adrenalectomy on the Thymo-lymphatic Tissues (Observations in Young and Senile Albino Rats)
作成者来嶋, 達也
作成者ヨミキジマ, タツヤ
作成者別表記Kijima, Tatsuya
作成者所属山口大学医学部
内容記述(抄録等)There have been a number of reports indicating that adrenalectomy induces a hyperplasia of the thymolymphatic tissues^1-12). The present study was undertaken to provide further date on hyperplasia and regeneration of the thymus and other lymphoid organs following bilateral adrenalectomy in young and senile albino rats. Male and female rats of randomly bred Wister strain were used as material. These animals were bred in our laboratoty under optimal environmental conditions. Young rats of 1 and 2 months of age and senile rats of 18 months of age were divided into two groups : One group was bilaterally adrenalectomized and other kept as control. Adrenalectomized group was given 1% saline as drinking water. Young group animals were autopsied after 30 days and senile group animals after 12-15 days of the adrenalectomy. A total of 80 animals was subjected to adrenalectomy and only 18 survived throughout the period studied (tables 1-8). The thymus, mesenteric lymph nodes and spleen were removed from these animals, weighed on a torsion balance, and then the total number of nucleated cells in individual organs was estimated by the method described by Awaya et al. in 1962. At the same time, histological studies of section were also made of these organs. Thus, the effect of the adrenalectomy on the thymolymphatic tissues was observed from both the quantitative and histological views.
本文言語jpn
主題医学
資料タイプtext
出版者山口大学医学会
出版者ヨミヤマグチ ダイガク イガッカイ
NII資料タイプ学術雑誌論文
査読の有無査読あり
ISSN0513-1731
NCIDAN00243156
学内刊行物(紀要等)山口医学
掲載誌名山口医学
16
3-4
開始ページ267
終了ページ282
発行日1967-11
著者版/出版社版その他
リポジトリIDB030016000302
地域区分山口大学
URIhttp://www.lib.yamaguchi-u.ac.jp/yunoca/handle/B030016000302