COMPARATIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE MORPHOLOGICAL PARAMETERS OF THE LIVER AT DIFFERENT PERIODS OF TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY
Keywords:Rat, liver, training, traumatic brain injury
The morphological changes in the liver in traumatic brain injury are described. The research was carried out on 35 white outbred rats of both sexes, 3 months of age. These laboratory rats were trained for 4 days, three times a day. The training consisted of training in finding a platform located on the water's surface in the pool. Further, these outbred rats were fixed on devices prepared by hand in transport on wheels; the fixed animals were accelerated along an inclined plane in a vehicle at a speed of 6.7 km / h and hit a wooden barrier with the frontal part of the head. After receiving a craniocerebral trauma in a day, the experimental rats were immersed in the pool to find a platform with a fixation of the time indicator. Under the influence of craniocerebral trauma, the rats developed pathological processes in the liver tissue plethora of sinusoids of the hepatic lobule, fatty degeneration of hepatocytes with subsequent edema.
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