By I. Klatzo (auth.), Prof. Dr. Yutaka Inaba, Dr. Igor Klatzo, Dr. Maria Spatz (eds.)
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Swelling of the astrocytes was followed by extensive fibrillary gliosis of the astrocytes. These observations are consistent with the measurements of water content previously studied, and provide further support for the concept introduced by Klatzo, that loss of water from edematous tissue is closely allied to the dynamics of protein clearance. References 1. Hirano A (1969) The fine structure of brain edema. In: Bourne G (ed) The structure offunction of nervous tissue. Academic, New York, p 69 2.
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