R Sh Mavlian-Khodzhaev

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The effect of vagotomy on parietal microflora was studied in intact rats and rats with chronic experimental gastric ulcer using stereometry, as well as light, transmission and scanning electron microscopy. Vagotomy was found to increase the relative amount of parietal microflora on day 30 following denervation, especially in the duodenum and pylorus.(More)
Using light and transmission electron microscopy, the authors studied the effect of vagotomy on the interaction between the parietal microflora (Campylobacter pyloridis, in particular) and gastric epitheliocytes in peptide ulcer patients (n = 80). Campylobacter pyloridis abundant in pyloric and antral portions of the stomach following vagotomy was found in(More)
In Wistar rats by means of the stereo- and morphometry methods, using semithin sections, histotopography of the duodenal glands (DG) and effect of vagotomy (VT) on them have been studied. The zone of the DG arrangement in the submucosal tela of the duodenum is about 5,000 mcm long. In the proximo-distal direction of the zone mentioned three parts can be(More)
Effect of complex influence of subdiaphragmal vagotomy (VT) and experimental chronic gastric ulcers (GU) thrice-repeated radiation with helium-neon laser (HNL) on mucosal morphology and relative membrane microflora (MM) volume has been studied with the methods of transmission electron and light microscopy in 77 Wistar rats. Observed MM relative volume(More)
By means of light, electron microscopy and stereomorphometry the interaction of microorganisms (MO) and cells of the mouth, stomach and gut mucous membrane was studied in different pathologic conditions on clinic and experimental material. No penetration was noted of MO into cells of the keratinized squamous epithelium, they were present in intercellular(More)
The effect of experimental chronic duodenal ulcers and vagotomy on fundal gland epitheliocytes and membrane microflora has been studied in rats using light microscopy and stereometry on semithin sections. It is shown that in ulcers the relative amount of perietal and zymogen cells increases, while the volume of mucocytes decreases. Vagotomy leads to a(More)
Microbiopsy specimens of the alveolar ridge obtained at the sites of missing teeth from patients and similar autopsy specimens from those dead without apparent oral and gastrointestinal diseases were examined electron microscopically in order to elucidate the interactions between the oral mucosa parietal microflora and epitheliocytes. Cocci-like(More)
The gastrointestinal tract acts as a barrier-protective tool in addition to its digestive and transport functions. The structural bases of the barrier protective function of the stomach and small intestine were shown in health, duodenal ulcer (DU), experimental gastroduodenal ulcers (GDU), vagotomy, and peritonitis in case of the interaction of these(More)
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