Jul 15, 1977

Gliomesenchymal scar formation and senile retinoschisis (author's transl)

Acta Neuropathologica
W Göttinger

Abstract

In senile retinoschisis microfibrillary bundles and basement membrane material were observed within a nearly formed scar tissue on the inner side of the outer layer which were similar to the gliomesenchymal scar formations of the CNS.

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Membrane
Neuroglia
Retinal Degeneration
Primary Retinal Cyst
Electron Microscopy
Cicatrix
Basement Membrane
Surgical Scar
Extrinsic
Cicatrization

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