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CYTOGENESIS OF OLIGODENDROGLIA AND ASTROCYTES

CYTOGENESIS OF OLIGODENDROGLIA AND ASTROCYTES Abstract Previous classifications dealing with the cytogenesis of neuroglia have formed a working basis for the study of the neoplasms of the glioma group. With the ever increasing interest in the field of neuro-pathology, largely owing to the advent of metallic staining methods, it will be necessary to modify these classifications from time to time in order to clarify the relationship between the embryonic and the pathologic cell types. In the evolution of primitive spongioblasts to adult autonomous neuroglia can be distinguished cell types comparable to those constituting the various neoplasms arising from these cells. A review of the literature on the phylogenetic development of neuroglia, in association with an ontogenetic study of their evolution in mammals, has suggested a possible simplification of the existing classifications. The term neuroglia, as now used, applies first to the so-called classic neuroglia; this term includes the fibrous and protoplasmic astrocytes which differ only in References 1. Golgi, C.: Sulla fine anatomia degli organi centrali del sistema nervoso , Milan, U. Hoepli, 1886 2. Opera omnia , Milan, U. Hoepli, 1903. 3. Weigert, C.: Beiträge zur Kenntnis der normalen menschlichen Neuroglia , Frankfurt, A. Weisbrod, 1895. 4. Ramón y Cajal, S.: Sobre un neuvo proceder de impregnación de la neuroglia y sus resultandos en los centros nerviosos del hombre y animales , Trab. d. lab. de invest. biol. Univ. de Madrid 11:219, 1913. 5. del Rio Hortega, P.: Estudios sobre la neuroglia: La glia de ecasas radiciones (oligodendroglia) , Bol. d. r. Soc. españ. de hist. nat. , (January) , 1921. 6. His, W.: Die Neuroblasten und deren Entstehung im embryonalen Mark , Arch. f. Anat. u. Entwcklngsgesch. , 1889, p. 249 7. Das Princip der organbildenden Keimbezirker und die verwandschaftender Gewebe , His Arch. f. Anat. u. Entwcklngsgesch. , 1901, p. 307. 8. Schaper, A.: Die frühesten Differenzierungsvorgänge im Centralnervensystem , Arch. f. Entwcklngsmechn. 5:81, 1897.Crossref 9. Bailey, P., and Cushing, H.: A Classification of the Tumors of the Glioma Group on a Histogenetic Basis with a Correlated Study of the Prognosis , Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott Company, 1926. 10. von Lenhossék, M.: Zur Kenntnis der Neuroglia des menschlichen Rückenmarkes , Verhandl. d. anat. Gesellsch. 6:193, 1891. 11. Ramón y Cajal, S.: Histologie du système nerveux de l'homme et des vertébrés , Paris, A. Maloine, 1909. 12. Achucarro, N.: De l'évolution de la névroglie, et spécialement de ses relations avec l'appareil vasculaire , Trab. d. lab. de invest. biol. Univ. de Madrid 13: 169, 1915. 13. de Castro, F.: Estudios sobre la neuroglia de la corteza cerebral del hombre y de los animales , Trab. d. lab. de invest. biol. Univ. de Madrid 18:1, 1920 14. Algunas observaciones sobre la histogenesis de la neuroglia en el bulbo olfativo , de Castro Trab. d. lab. de invest. biol. Univ. de Madrid 18:83, 1920. 15. Penfield, W.: Oligodendroglia and Its Relation to Classical Neuroglia , Brain 47:430, 1924Crossref 16. Cowdry, E. U.: Special Cytology , New York, Paul B. Hoeber, Inc., 1928, vol. 2, p. 1032. 17. Ramón y Cajal, S.: Contribución al conocimiento de la neuroglia del cerebro humano , Trab. d. lab. de invest. biol. Univ. de Madrid 11:255, 1913. 18. Penfield (footnote 12, second reference). http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Neurology & Psychiatry American Medical Association

CYTOGENESIS OF OLIGODENDROGLIA AND ASTROCYTES

Archives of Neurology & Psychiatry , Volume 28 (5) – Nov 1, 1932

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Abstract

Abstract Previous classifications dealing with the cytogenesis of neuroglia have formed a working basis for the study of the neoplasms of the glioma group. With the ever increasing interest in the field of neuro-pathology, largely owing to the advent of metallic staining methods, it will be necessary to modify these classifications from time to time in order to clarify the relationship between the embryonic and the pathologic cell types. In the evolution of primitive spongioblasts to adult autonomous neuroglia can be distinguished cell types comparable to those constituting the various neoplasms arising from these cells. A review of the literature on the phylogenetic development of neuroglia, in association with an ontogenetic study of their evolution in mammals, has suggested a possible simplification of the existing classifications. The term neuroglia, as now used, applies first to the so-called classic neuroglia; this term includes the fibrous and protoplasmic astrocytes which differ only in References 1. Golgi, C.: Sulla fine anatomia degli organi centrali del sistema nervoso , Milan, U. Hoepli, 1886 2. Opera omnia , Milan, U. Hoepli, 1903. 3. Weigert, C.: Beiträge zur Kenntnis der normalen menschlichen Neuroglia , Frankfurt, A. Weisbrod, 1895. 4. Ramón y Cajal, S.: Sobre un neuvo proceder de impregnación de la neuroglia y sus resultandos en los centros nerviosos del hombre y animales , Trab. d. lab. de invest. biol. Univ. de Madrid 11:219, 1913. 5. del Rio Hortega, P.: Estudios sobre la neuroglia: La glia de ecasas radiciones (oligodendroglia) , Bol. d. r. Soc. españ. de hist. nat. , (January) , 1921. 6. His, W.: Die Neuroblasten und deren Entstehung im embryonalen Mark , Arch. f. Anat. u. Entwcklngsgesch. , 1889, p. 249 7. Das Princip der organbildenden Keimbezirker und die verwandschaftender Gewebe , His Arch. f. Anat. u. Entwcklngsgesch. , 1901, p. 307. 8. Schaper, A.: Die frühesten Differenzierungsvorgänge im Centralnervensystem , Arch. f. Entwcklngsmechn. 5:81, 1897.Crossref 9. Bailey, P., and Cushing, H.: A Classification of the Tumors of the Glioma Group on a Histogenetic Basis with a Correlated Study of the Prognosis , Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott Company, 1926. 10. von Lenhossék, M.: Zur Kenntnis der Neuroglia des menschlichen Rückenmarkes , Verhandl. d. anat. Gesellsch. 6:193, 1891. 11. Ramón y Cajal, S.: Histologie du système nerveux de l'homme et des vertébrés , Paris, A. Maloine, 1909. 12. Achucarro, N.: De l'évolution de la névroglie, et spécialement de ses relations avec l'appareil vasculaire , Trab. d. lab. de invest. biol. Univ. de Madrid 13: 169, 1915. 13. de Castro, F.: Estudios sobre la neuroglia de la corteza cerebral del hombre y de los animales , Trab. d. lab. de invest. biol. Univ. de Madrid 18:1, 1920 14. Algunas observaciones sobre la histogenesis de la neuroglia en el bulbo olfativo , de Castro Trab. d. lab. de invest. biol. Univ. de Madrid 18:83, 1920. 15. Penfield, W.: Oligodendroglia and Its Relation to Classical Neuroglia , Brain 47:430, 1924Crossref 16. Cowdry, E. U.: Special Cytology , New York, Paul B. Hoeber, Inc., 1928, vol. 2, p. 1032. 17. Ramón y Cajal, S.: Contribución al conocimiento de la neuroglia del cerebro humano , Trab. d. lab. de invest. biol. Univ. de Madrid 11:255, 1913. 18. Penfield (footnote 12, second reference).

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Archives of Neurology & PsychiatryAmerican Medical Association

Published: Nov 1, 1932

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