Paulin, French anatomist, 1842-1910. See: Trolard vein.
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Cientificos como Luigi Rolando (1773-1831), Karl Friederich Burdach (1776-1847), Bartholomeo Panizza (1785-1867), Herbert Mayo (1796-1852), Friedrich Arnold (1803-1890), Louis Pierre Gratiolet (1815-1865), Paul Pierre Broca (1824-1880), Jean Baptiste Trolard (1842-1910), Joseph Jules Dejerine (1849-1917), Johan Vilhelm Hultkrantz (1862-1938), Henry Chandler (1862-1978), Edward James Curran (1872-1962), Loyal Davis (1872-1962), James Papez (1883-1958), Elizabeth Crosby (1888-1983), Wilder Graves Penfield (1891-1976), entre otros, quienes realizaron importantes aportes en la preservacion de los hemisferios cerebrales y en la diseccion de tractos (Makris et al., 2005; Shah et al., 2012; Forkel et al., 2014).
In strongly reduced soil with exclusion of oxygen, fougerite and green rust have been identified and may be present in considerable amounts (Trolard et al.
Citrate combined with bicarbonate dissolved fougerite and green rust (Trolard et al.
Occipital sinus was identified in 17(8.3%), vein of Trolard in 98(48.03%) and vein of Labbe in 105(51.47%).
A large hemorrhagic venous infarct in the left frontal and parietal lobes (Figure 2) with abrupt cutoff of the vein of Trolard and superficial draining veins was evident on MRV with a 7 mm midline shift (Figure 3).
In group 2, localizations of CVT were transverse sinus (n=17), transverse sinus and sigmoid sinus (n=3), superior sagittal sinus and transverse sinus (n=1), superior sagittal sinus and transverse sinus and sigmoid sinus (n=1), sigmoid sinus (n=1), sinus rectus (n=1), Trolard's vein (n=1), and superior sagittal sinus (n=1).
Intercommunication between various venous sinuses via communicating veins (Vein of Trolard and vein of Labbe) or through merger into each other, especially at torcular herophili, explains lack of correlation between the severity of underlying pathology and infrequent clinical symptoms.
The occipital artery, the posterior branch of the middle meningeal artery, and the transmastoid branch of the occipital artery flowed in a retrograde fashion into ectatic cortical veins with drainage into Labbe's vein and then Trolard's vein (Figure 3).
Genin J-MR, Bourrie G, Trolard F, Abdelmoula M, Jaffrezic A, Refait P, Maitre V, Humbert B, Herbillon A.
Trace elements are commonly associated with Fe oxides in soils; however, it is not known whether these elements occur within a separate phase or substitute for [Fe.sup.3+] in the structure of Fe oxides (Singh and Gilkes 1992; Trolard et al.