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Distribution of Receptors for Wheat Germ Lectins in Rat Testes after Exposure to Electromagnetic Field and Taking Tincture of Echinacea Purpurea

Sharapova, E. N.; Topka, E. G. (2015)
In our scientific study some data on the accumulation of WGA+ receptors for wheat germ lectins in the structures of rat testes that were irradiated by low-frequency electromagnetic field of high voltage with further immune stimulation by a 7% alcohol tincture of Echinacea purpurea were identified. Data on the accumulation of WGA+ receptors in the cytoplasm of Leydig cells and Sertoli cells, spermatogenic nuclei, interstices fibers and vascular endothelium were presented. The distribution of r...

Treatment of Patients Suffering from Glossalgia Accompanied by Xerostomia

Rybalov, O. V.; Korolenko, I. A. (2015)
Glossalgia is considered to be a pluricausal disease accompanied by paresthesia and tongue sensitivity disorder by the segmental type, combined with changes in salivation, taste and bulbar phenomena. Patients suffer from burning sensation, pin sensation, dry sore throat, and numbness of the tongue (as if the tongue is “peppered”, “burned”, etc.). Depression of salivary glands function is observed in patients suffering from paraesthesiae in the tongue frequently. These phenomena may be explain...

The Peculiarities of Preparing the Marginal Gingiva in Orthopedic Treatment of Damaged Tooth Root Part with Stump Inlay

Shturmak, V. M. (2014)
The article presents the method of laser preparation of the marginal gingiva in restoring the damaged tooth root part with a stump inlay. Thus, the necessity of performing the marginal gingiva correction appears in 80% of cases after the restoration of a tooth stump with a unit-cast metal inlay with dowel or any of its type (e.g. an inlay cut out of zirconium dioxide). Hypertrophic overgrowth of the marginal epithelium in combination with necrotic granulation tissue distort the harmonious lin...

Experience of Using Amantadine Sulfate (PK-Merz) in Patients with Ischemic Stroke

Gryb, Viktoria Anatoliivna; Titov, Ivan Ivanovych; Chmyr, Galyna Stepanivna; Khlibeychuk, Galyna Ivanivna (2016)
The article presents the results of combination treatment of patients with acute ischemic stroke (the NIH Stroke Scale – 12.04±0.57). The efficacy of conventional therapy (the control group) was compared with treatment regimen using amantadine sulfate (PK-Merz) (the main group). In patients undergoing combination treatment lost functions were restored quite promptly and 2 months after the observation their functional state was satisfactory (the NIH Stroke Scale: the main group – 2.49±0.78, th...

Changes in Blood Lipid Profile in Patients with Psoriasis Secondary to Metabolic Syndrome

Virstiuk, N. G.; Nykyforuk, M. M. (2015)
To study changes in blood lipid spectrum in patients with psoriasis secondary to metabolic syndrome (MS) there were examined 90 patients with uncomplicated plaque psoriasis, who were divided into 2 groups: Group I included 30 patients with psoriasis without MS, Group II included 60 patients with psoriasis and MS. MS was diagnosed according to the recommendations of the International Diabetes Federation (2005). There were determined anthropometric characteristics, parameters of lipid and carbo...

Dynamics of Interleukin-4 and Interleukin-8 in Young Children with Complicated Pneumonia Secondary to Iron-Deficiency Anemia

Haridzhuk, L. I. (2016)
The objective of the research was to study serum levels of pro-inflammatory interleukin-8 and anti-inflammatory interleukin-4 in infants with complicated pneumonia depending on concomitant iron-deficiency as well as to establish their diagnostic value.Materials and methods. The levels of interleukin-4 and interleukin-8 were studied in 80 children with complicated pneumonia at the age of 2 months to 3 years, 60 out of them developed the condition secondary to iron-deficiency anemia. Children w...

The Concept of Student’s Independent Work During the Study of Occupational Diseases

Aleksandruk, N.; Stovban, N. (2014)
The concept of student’s independent work in terms of credit-modular system of educational process in the Ivano-Frankivsk National Medical University is aimed at the development of future professional, forming him or her as someone who can not only get on their own knowledge, but also realize them according to the nowadays practical demands .The reorientation of educatory process from the lecture and informative form to individually differentiated and student-oriented one took place in the co...

Clinical Aspects of Combination of Aesthetic Fixed Orthopedic Appliances

Ozhohan, Z. R.; Biben, A. B. (2016)
The article presents the results of examination of 80 patients with aesthetic fixed orthopedic appliances. The state of the occlusal surface of fixed orthopedic appliances as well as the occlusal contact surface area was studied. The occlusal surfaces were made of ceramics and zirconium dioxide. The surface area of occlusal contacts was studied using 3Shape Dental System since computer occlusiography provides the most accurate results. Physical examination indicated a higher level of ceramic ...

Dynamics of Changes in Marker of Surgical Stress Cortisol in Transduodenal Endoscopic Surgery Depending on Method of General Anaesthesia

Titov, I. I.; Melnyk, S. V.; Tkachuk, O. L.; Protas, V. V.; Kopchak, O. M. (2016)
There are different types of anaesthetic management of patients undergoing transduodenal endoscopic surgery. However, there is no clear and universally accepted algorithm to choose the method of anaesthesia.The objective of the research was to compare dynamics of surgical stress by cortisol levels in the blood of patients who underwent transduodenal endoscopic surgery using various types of anaesthetic tactics.Material and methods. Prospective evaluation of anaesthetic technique for transduod...

Mucogongival Surgery as a Necessary Element of Complex Treatment of Patients with Shallow Vestibule Suffering from Generalized Periodontitis

Makhlynets, N. P. (2015)
Shallow oral vestibule and bands of connective tissue in the region of oral vestibule are one of the etiological factors in the development of generalized periodontitis. Today, one of the modern methods of complex treatment of the diseases of periodontal tissue with shallow oral vestibule is the use of surgical correction of pathological structure of oral vestibule. There are a number of mucogingival operations, but not always the use of these techniques of vestibuloplasty gives the desired t...