Influence of progesterone application on trigeminal nerve root-entry zone remyelination in experiment
Keywords:невралгія трійчастого нерва, патогенез, стискання нерва судиною, нейроваскулярний конфлікт, ремієлінізація, експеримент.
AbstractThe results of trigeminal nerve root-entry zone remyelination experimental study are presented. Original experimental model of trigeminal nerve root focal toxic demyelination was used. The assessment of trigeminal nerve root remyelination was done using electron microscopy and immunohystochemistry. It is identified, that local progesterone application at demyelination part of trigeminal nerve increased remyelination.
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