Magendie


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Ma·gen·die

(mah-zhan-dē'),
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The Dandy-Walker syndrome or the so-called atresia of the foramen of Magendie.
Plastic ependymoma can mold itself to the available spaces without adhering to the ventricle through the foramina of Luschka and Magendie into the basal cisterns.
Voir aussi le classique Maurice Magendie, La Politesse mondaine et les theories de l'honnetete, en France au XVIFe siecle, de 1600 a 1660, Paris, Felix Alcan, 1925 ; ainsi qu'Emmanuel Bury, Litterature et politesse--L'invention de l'honnete homme (1580-1750), Paris, PUF, 1996.
Some wellknown nineteenth-century practitioners active in France include Julien Legallois (1770-1814), Pierre-Hubert Nysten (1771-1818), Guillaume Dupuytren (1777-1835), Nicola Blondlot (1808-1877), Achille Longet (1811-1871), Francois Magendie (1783-1855), Jean Pierre Flourens (1794-1867), Claude Bernard (1813-1878), Louis Pasteur (1822-1895), Paul Bert (1833-1886) and the Russian-French Elias von Cyon (1843-1912).
1830), Magendie (1833), Rhone (1842), Gueniot (1861) and others
European scientists like Magendie and Bernard, he can pierce the heart
In their mouse studies, Francis Chaouloff, research director at Inserm's NeuroCentre Magendie, Sarah Dubreucq, a PhD student and FranAcois Georges, a CNRS research leader at the Interdisciplinary Institute for Neuroscience, the researchers demonstrated that the location of this receptor in a part of the brain associated with motivation and reward systems controls the time for which an individual will carry out voluntary physical exercise.
Cabe recordar a figuras como Francois Magendie (1783-1855), quien estudio los mecanismos de toxicidad de la emetina, estricnina y cianuro; a su estudiante, Claude Bernard (1813-1878), quien hizo contribuciones a la comprension de la intoxicacion por monoxido y curare, y a Rudolf Kobert (1854-1918), quien estudio el digital y los alcaloides del ergot (6).
More than one hundred and seventy years ago, Magendie discovered a small foramen in the floor of the fourth ventricle and pointed out the connection between the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) in the ventricular system and in the subarachnoid spaces of the brain and cord.
In 1899, Rudolph Matas, a surgeon in New Orleans, reported the use of this apparatus for the successful removal of a chest wall tumour, stating "It is curious that surgeons should have failed to apply for so long a time the suggestions of the physiological laboratory, where the bellows and tracheal tubes have been in constant use from the days of Magendie to the present, in practising artificial respiration in animals" (3).
Destacaron los nombres de fisiologos como Franz Joseph Gall, Frangois Magendie y Johannes Peter Muller.