Role of endogenous intoxication in morphogenesis of features in internal organs under the condition of burn disease fluid therapy


  • I. V. Gunas
  • V. G. Cherkasov
  • O. I. Kovalchuk
  • I. V. Dzevulska
  • E. V. Cherkasov
  • O. V. Malikov
  • V. M. Tytarenko
  • T .V. Lachtadyr
  • R .M. Matkivska
Keywords: burn disease,endogenous intoxication, internal organs, structural features, electronic microscopy

Abstract

The article presents data in relation to the endogenous intoxication and structural features of compensation in adenohypophysis, thymus, adrenal gland, ren and aggregate lymphoid nodules of ileum during experimental burn disease in rats and its treatment by the combined hyperosmolar solutions. Hyperosmolar solutions administered intravenously protects the damage of intraorganic cells.

Published
2017-03-31
How to Cite
Gunas, I. V., Cherkasov, V. G., Kovalchuk, O. I., Dzevulska, I. V., Cherkasov, E. V., Malikov, O. V., Tytarenko, V. M., Lachtadyr, T. .V., & Matkivska, R. .M. (2017). Role of endogenous intoxication in morphogenesis of features in internal organs under the condition of burn disease fluid therapy. Biomedical and Biosocial Anthropology, (24), 30-36. Retrieved from https://bba-journal.com/index.php/journal/article/view/8

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