Effects of intraperitoneally administered vitamin E and selenium on calcium oxalate renal stone formation: experimental study in rat.

@article{Sakly2003EffectsOI,
  title={Effects of intraperitoneally administered vitamin E and selenium on calcium oxalate renal stone formation: experimental study in rat.},
  author={Rachid Sakly and Abdallah Chaouch and Abdelhamid El Hani and Mohamed Fadel Najjar},
  journal={Annales d'urologie},
  year={2003},
  volume={37 2},
  pages={
          47-50
        }
}
Forty-eight Wistar rats were treated for 3 weeks with water containing 0.7% ethylene-glycol and divided into four groups. The first group, used as control, has received sodium chloride at 1 ml/100 g BW daily. The second group was intraperitoneally injected with selenium at 10 micrograms/d per 100 g BW as NaSeO3 for 3 weeks. The third group was intraperitoneally administered with 15 mg Vit E/d per 100 g BW as alpha-tocopherol acetate for 3 weeks. The last group was simultaneously administered… CONTINUE READING
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