Cortical Morphological Characterization of the Cerebellar Stingray Slice in Amputation
1Ulugbek Akhmedov, Diloramkhon Rasulova, Gulmira Kassymova, Israilov Rajabboy, Zakirhodjaev Sherzod
In this paper, the aim is to develop a specific morphological change of the cerebellar cortical stingray slice during amputation. At amputation of the limb, a characteristic complex of features is determined in early terms: acute neuronal swelling, increase of perivascular expansion of spaces, pericellular expansion of spaces and hyperoxyphilia of microglia. These morphological features may cause ischemic changes in neurons. In the ganglion layer, there is a pronounced swelling of Purkinje cells with a widespread loss of astrocytes in the molecular layer of the cortex of the cerebellum stingray lobes due to tissue hypoxia, which may be reflected in the form of cariopicnosis and caryorexis nuclei.
Trauma, leg amputation, cerebellum, histology, stingray slice, cerebellum cortex.