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[Experimental studying of the possible pharmacological defense of muscular flap tissues from ischemic and reperfusion injury during its free transplantation].
In experiment on muscle flaps of 20 rabbits the peculiarities of their tissues damage in the ischemia period, and also due to the oxygen-dependent processes activation (peroxidal and free radical… Expand
[Effect of infrasound of varying intensity on the body of experimental animals].
[Prospects for surgical correction of male endocrine and reproductive failure].
[Ultrastructure of the vascular plexus villi in the lateral cerebral ventricle of the cat].
As demonstrates a light and electron microscopic investigation of the villi in the vascular plexuses of the cat cerebral lateral ventricles, the cells of the unilayer epithelium covering their… Expand
[The experimental modelling of a vertebrocardiac syndrome].
Ultrastructural investigations of the myocardium were carried out on 42 mature rabbits after formation of the fixed rotational thoracic vertebra subluxation by surgery. The dynamics of… Expand
[Aortic coarctation: capillary responses to arterial pressure changes].
The goal of the study was determination of the hemocapillary role in the restoration of arterial hypertension in patients operated on because of aorta coarctation. The biopsies of skeletal muscles of… Expand
ULTRASTRUCTURAL BASE OF THE CONNECTIVE TISSUE SKIN’ CELLS INTERACTIONS AT BURN INJURY IN THE HYPERGLYCEMIC WHITE RATS
[Ultrastructural bases for cardiovascular insufficiency in experimental chronic pneumonia].
[Structural changes in the cardiovascular system in exposure to the epoxy resin diluent UP-616].
[Ultramicroscopic features of cells and vessels of the spleen (experimental study)].
OBJECTIVE Introduction: The spleen is a multifunctional odd organ, which is a biological filter, but its structure in experimental animals is not fully understood. PATIENTS AND METHODS Materials… Expand