2008
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-84782008000400048
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Abstract: A autólise da camada de células granulares do cerebelo é um achado postmortem observado em bovinos e relacionado ao prolongado tempo de duração entre a morte e a fixação do encéfalo. Para observar a prevalência desse artefato, 228 cerebelos foram examinados histologicamente ao longo do verme cerebelar. Trinta e seis por cento desses casos apresentaram conglutinação cerebelar não relacionada a doença específica. Em 74,4% dos casos em que foi observada conglutinação cerebelar, não foram observadas alterações his… Show more

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“…This autolytic change is referred to as cerebellar conglutination, or "etát glace" (Fuller & Burger 2007), and it appears as a pale area in the granular layer. At higher magnification, one can see lysis of the granular neurons, with preservation of Purkinje cells (Rech et al 2008). Although it is a postmortem phenomenon, it can be confused with necrosis of the granular cell layer caused by ischemia, and it was described in Japan as a specific bovine disease, named there as Kiriyoi disease (Goto et al 1959.…”
Section: Autolysis and Putrefactionmentioning
confidence: 97%
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“…This autolytic change is referred to as cerebellar conglutination, or "etát glace" (Fuller & Burger 2007), and it appears as a pale area in the granular layer. At higher magnification, one can see lysis of the granular neurons, with preservation of Purkinje cells (Rech et al 2008). Although it is a postmortem phenomenon, it can be confused with necrosis of the granular cell layer caused by ischemia, and it was described in Japan as a specific bovine disease, named there as Kiriyoi disease (Goto et al 1959.…”
Section: Autolysis and Putrefactionmentioning
confidence: 97%
“…Autolysis of the granular layer of the cerebellum is an artifact seen only in cattle (Rech et al 2008) and humans (Albrechtsen 1977, Fuller & Burger 2007. This autolytic change is referred to as cerebellar conglutination, or "etát glace" (Fuller & Burger 2007), and it appears as a pale area in the granular layer.…”
Section: Autolysis and Putrefactionmentioning
confidence: 99%