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Correlation between morphological changes in gingival tissues and increased concentration of lipid peroxides in the course of experimental paradontitis in rats

Henryka Sobaniec, Maria E. Sobaniec-Ɓotowska, Lech Zimnoch

Med Sci Monit 1999; 5(5): BR838-844

ID: 503265

The picture of morphological anomalies observed in gingival tissues of rats in the course of experimental parodontitis induced with cotton ligature was reflected in non-specific, degenerative-inflammatory changes, which were acute in phase I of the experiment and chronic in phase II. These changes co-occurred with elevated level of malonic dialdehyde in parodontal soft tissues which suggested that the processes of lipid peroxidation play an important role in aetiology of parodontal diseases.

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