Morphometric characteristics of microvasculature by patients with traumatic brain injury consequences


  • Z. Salii
Keywords: microcirculation, capillary, traumatic brain injury, consequences

Abstract

There was performed evaluation of microvasculature structural characteristics in 103 patients with traumatic brain injury consequences with the help of Capillaroscopy method with Angio Pro software. There was diagnosed growth of the tortuosity factor of arterioles and venules, increase of arteriolar tone and tendency to expand of venules lumen with formation of venous stasis phenomena and moderately pronounced signs of perivascular edema. Growth of the arterioles tortuosity factor is combined with an increase in the proportion of leukocytes in the stage of apoptosis and necrosis. Upon condition the large-type microangioarchitectonics, there was found significantly lower cognitive functioning under MoCa-test.

Published
2017-03-31
How to Cite
Salii, Z. (2017). Morphometric characteristics of microvasculature by patients with traumatic brain injury consequences. Biomedical and Biosocial Anthropology, (26), 98-102. Retrieved from https://bba-journal.com/index.php/journal/article/view/142