Studying metabolic and morfo-gistochemical changes of eshemized liver after reperfusion

Abstract


Restoration of a portal blood-groove in eshemized tussue of liver leads to sharply expressed progression of dystrophic changes and the big loss enzymatic activity in hepatocities. Oxygen introduction in perfused portal blood is not the fact improving the indicators of tussue and does not provide the comprehensible level of functioning of a liver.

Воронежская государственная медицинская академия им. Н.Н.Бурденко Дорожная клиническая больница на ст. Воронеж-1 ОАО «РЖД»

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доктор медицин- ских наук, заведующий кафедрой транспортной медицины ИПМО Воронежской государственной медицинской ака- демии, главный врач Дорожной клинической больницы на ст. Воронеж - 1 ОАО «РЖД»

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