Cajal's Degeneration and Regeneration of the Nervous System

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Oxford University Press, 1991 - Medical - 769 pages
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This book is a reprint of an English translation of Cajal's original work, with abundant notes and commentaries by the editor. This text describes Cajal's fundamental contributions to neuroscience, which continue to be important today. It accurately details Cajal's ideas and data, and provides readers with the opportunity to learn what Cajal thought about his research career and the significance of his observations. Excerpts from Tello's memorial lectures also provide a contemporary view of Cajal's work.
  

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Contents

Traumatic Degeneration and Regeneration of the Nerves 1
1
Experiments to elucidate the Mechanism
305
Continuation of the Study of Regeneration
314
Experiments dealing with the Transplanta
329
Phenomena of Necrosis Degeneration
396
Degeneration and Regeneration of the Nerve Centres
397
SECOND PART
482
Degenerative Alterations of the Grey
517
Additional Note
595
Degenerative Phenomena consequent on Cere
617
FOURTH PART
631
Study of Traumatic Degeneration in
656
Atrophic Phenomena consequent on Cerebral
704
W Cortical Inflammation consequent on Trauma
714
Study of Regenerative Processes of
734
Index
761

Degeneration and Regeneration op the Spinal
531

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Page 147 - Dixieme contribution a la theorie de la neurobiotaxis. Le tropisme nutritif des dendrites et son rapport avec les phenomenes neurobiotactiques en general.

About the author (1991)

Javier DeFelipe is at Cajal Institute, Madrid. Edward G. Jones is at University of California, Irvine.

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