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Morphometric alteration of intestinal epithelium of rats (Rattus norvegicus) submitted to the technique of enteropexy

Queiroz, Genilson Fernandes de; Silva, Taciana de Melo Fernandes; Filgueira, Kilder Dantas; Oliveira, Moacir Franco de; Chaves, Hildita Simea de Andrade; Campos, Giovanna Carla de Oliveira; Oliveira, Gleidson Benevides de; Macêdo, Luã Barbalho de; Pimentel, Muriel Magda Lustosa; Olinda, Robério Gomes; Miglino, Maria Angélica.
Acta sci. vet. (Online); 44: 01-07, 2016. ilus
Artigo em Inglês | VETINDEX | ID: vti-722697

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Background: Due to the numerous complications that enteropexy may cause in domestic animals and humans, this study aimed at investigating the microscopic level, the damage generated by this technique in mice, in order to investigate the morphometric changes caused by enteropexy technique in rats. Materials, Methods & Results: Eighteen Wistar rats were submitted to surgical technique of enteropexy. To evaluate intestinal disorders they were euthanized at 30 (Group I), 60 (group II) and 90 (group III) days after the procedure. The animals were perfused with 2.5% glutaraldehyde and 4% paraformaldehyde for the removal of intestinal fragments for analysis in conventional microscopy and scanning electron microscopy. In classical histopathology, group I presented mild lesions with necrosis of the epithelium and infiltration of mononuclear cells. After 60 days, extensive ischemic necrosis area was observed, characterized by the denudation of epithelium cells and cellular debris in the lumen surface and loss of intestinal crypts. After 90 days (group III) lesions were evident and were characterized by strong coagulative necrosis of epithelial cells and intestinal crypts. Under electron microscopy, group I showed early fusion of the adjacent intestinal walls. After 60 days there was adherence of luminal stenosis and intestinal walls. In group III loss of epithelium and substitution [...](AU)
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