Excerpt from The Alienist and Neurologist, Vol. 40: January, 1919
In these cases the lesions were less severe than in the others but more marked than in the ovules.
The rarefaction of the 00plasm reached its highest grade in the germinative vesicles although they retained their size and natural round form. Their plasm was entirely unstained and the chromosomes generally reduced to fine dust or short, slender, broken up filaments, disposed either at the periphery in the form of a halo, or at one pole, or uniformly disseminated in the cytoplasm giving to the vesicle a fine, granular aspect which could easily be confounded with the ooplasm surrounding it.
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