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굉음, 광선 및 분노가 조직비판세포에 미치는 영향에 관한 실험적연구
An experimental study on the influence of Noise. Light, and Anger upon tissue mast cell

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Authors
김광수
Issue Date
1964-12-01
Publisher
서울대학교 의과대학
Citation
Seoul J Med 1964;5(4):67-95
Abstract
In order to account for the influence of mental
stress upon tissue mast cell of living organism, body
weight 150-200 gm rats were selected as materials.
After rats were exposed under noise, strong electric
:light, and anger induced from stimulation of wooden
stick under a certain time, the author has observed
distribution of tissue mast cell of various organs in
a progress of time and obtained the following results.
1) Number of tissue mast cell of skin and other
various organs in rats exposed under noise begin
to show a abrupt decrease immediately after
exposure of noise and reach a minimum in an
hour. The number of tissue mast cell are found
to be restored to normal state in 12 and 48 hours.
However, an alteration pattern of tissue mast
cell in spleen and meninges which have a few
distribution in number in normal state, is not
clear.
2) Number of tissue mast cell of skin and other
various organs in rats exposed under strong
electric light begin to show a relatively abrupt
decrease immediately after the exposure of light
and reach a minimum in an hour. The number
of tissue mast cell are found to be gradually
increased in progress of time and restored to
normal state in 12 and 48 hours. In this case, the
alteration pattern of tissue mast cell in spleen
and meninges is not clear.
3) In rats exposed under anger induced from stimulation
of a wooden stick, number of tissue mast
cell in skin and other various organs begin to
show a relatively abrupt decrease immediately
after exposure of anger and reach a minimum in
an hour. The number of tissue mast cell are
found to be gradually increased in progress of
time and restored to normal state in 12 hours.
However, tissue mast cells in the most organs
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show a tendency to decrease its number again III
progress of time from 2 to 7 days. In this case
too, alteration pattern of tissue mast cell in spleen
and meninges is not clear.
4) In rats exposed under mental stress as the above
mentioned 3 types, there is a certain alteration
pattern that the number of tissue mast cell of
various organs begin to decrease immediately after
the stress and then restored to normal state.
Generally, when number of tissue mast cell are
decreased, percentage of normal type of tissue
mast cell is decreased, while percentage of diffued
type is increased. On the other hand, when number
of tissue mast cell are restored and increased, the
percentage of the former is increased and that of
the latter is decreased.
5) Summarizing the above experimental results, the
distribution picture of tissue mast cell in rats
under exposure of experimental stress such as
noise, electric light and anger, shows a certain
pattern in progress of time following the exposure
of stress.
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/8201
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College of Medicine/School of Medicine (의과대학/대학원)Dept. of Medicine (의학과)The Seoul Journal of MedicineThe Seoul Journal of Medicine Vol. 05 No.4 (1964)
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