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Title: 泌尿性器疾患に於けるPhosphataseの組織化学的研究 第II篇:腎臓及び副睾丸結核病巣に於けるPhosphatase
Other Titles: Histochemical Studies on PhosDhatase in Genito-Urinary Diseases Report II : On Phosphatase in Tuberculosis of the Kidney and Epididymis
Authors: 三浦, 武芳  KAKEN_name
Author's alias: MIURA, Takeyoshi
Issue Date: Feb-1957
Publisher: 京都大学医学部泌尿器科教室
Journal title: 泌尿器科紀要
Volume: 3
Issue: 2
Start page: 122
End page: 131
Abstract: I studied on phosphatase histochemically in tuberculosis by the method of Takamatsu-Nishi, about 21 cases of renal tuberculosis and 13 cases of epididymic tuberculosis. The resul t s were followings : 1) I noticed the phosphatase reaction that is different from common inflammations in every cells at the specific tuberculous changes ; name ly that reaction is generally negative in caseous nests, necrotic mass, infiltrative cells around the tubercle, epitheloid cells ; but polynucleus leucocytes are often positive and besides necrobiotic sections retained well the reaction. 2) In pathologic conditions that enzyme's reaction showed a t e ndency. of diminution more or less, but on the contrary the more sections remained the reaction in order to maintain the functions. 3) The findings were obtained that seemed to be concerned in organism reactions of the mechanism of defense, healing and the like against inflammations. Namely that phosphatase reaction increase with the progress of advancing of productive changes, and so it is strong positive in packaged fibrous layers of tubercle, granulation tissues and particularly capillary bloodvessel walls. 4) T hat was subjected the chemotherapy, were not noticed the essential changes in the phosphatase reaction, but they were only noticed the increasing of reactions with the progress of advancing a tendency of production.
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