Experimental investigation of the healing of traumatic injuries of the oral mucosa of rats in violation of the function of the hepatobiliary tract


  • S. S. Polischuk
Keywords: rat, oral mucosa, maxillofacial region, wound, trauma, pathology of the hepatobiliary tract

Abstract

The experiment was conducted on 20 male rats Wistar, the age of animals - 5 months and weighing 240-270 g, that were in the general diet, had free access to food and water and on the standard conditions of stay in the cells of the vivarium VNMU named after Pirogov. The animals were wounding the oral mucosa and conducted the dysfunction of the bile duct by its transection. The rats were observed for clinical signs of healing of damage by registration of manifestations of erosion, ulceration and epithelialization starting from the third day of the study. As a result of the dynamic observation of the wound healing of the oral mucosa of rats showed a significant deterioration of the healing process in rats with transection of the common bile duct. In violation of the function of the hepatobiliary tract wound healing of the oral mucosa of rats deteriorating for 3-4 days, it is important to consider when drawing up a complex plan of the treatment of such injuries.

Published
2017-03-31
How to Cite
Polischuk, S. S. (2017). Experimental investigation of the healing of traumatic injuries of the oral mucosa of rats in violation of the function of the hepatobiliary tract. Biomedical and Biosocial Anthropology, (26), 41-45. Retrieved from https://bba-journal.com/index.php/journal/article/view/126