Morphological features of inflammation in the lungs of Wistar rats AFFECTED Lipopolysaccharide UNDER GIPOANDROGENEMII

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In the experiment, Wistar rats reproduced the model of inflammation in the lungs in gipoandrogenemii by the introduction of LPS after testectomy. According to morphological, morphometric and cytological studies in castrated rats after administration of LPS in the lungs of more pronounced immune and inflammatory response, as evidenced by increased numbers of neutrophils in mezhalveolyarnyh partitions, hyperplasia bronhoassotsiirovannoy lymphoid tissue, the reduction in the bronchoalveolar washing fluid in the rate of neutrophils.

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