Morphology of Dried Blood Serum Specimens of Viral Hepatitis

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Andrew Kimovich Martusevich 1 , * , Yury Zimin 2 , Anna Bochkareva 2

1 Nizhny Novgorod Institute of Traumatology and Orthopedics, [email protected], Russia

2 Nizhny Novgorod Institute of Traumatology and Orthopedics, Russia

How to Cite: Martusevich A, Zimin Y, Bochkareva A. Morphology of Dried Blood Serum Specimens of Viral Hepatitis, Hepat Mon. Online ahead of Print ; 7(4):207-210.

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Hepatitis Monthly: 7 (4); 207-210
Article Type: Research Article
Received: November 20, 2007
Accepted: February 1, 2008

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Abstract

Background and Aims: Free and initiated crystallogenesis characteristics of blood serums of 32 healthy people, 14 patients with viral hepatitis B and 12 patients with viral hepatitis C were studied. Specific characteristics of each hepatitis type were singled out.

Methods: Classic crystallography and comparative tezigraphy were performed on blood serums. Crystalloscopic fascia was described by identification table and additional criteria. Tezigraphic component was analyzed by basic and additional criteria.

Results: It was determined that the character of blood serum free crystallization of viral hepatitis is considerably differing from the biological fluid fascia received from healthy people. Significant differences are detected between mounts of control group people and patients with hepatitis B according to the basic tezigraphic coefficient with the initiator potential growth (P<0.01). 

Conclusions: We established that it is quite possible to use crystallodiagnostics of the viral hepatitis B and C by the analysis of blood serum fascias.

Keywords

Viral Hepatitis Tezigraphy Blood Serum Morphology

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