publication . Article . 2018

Splenic implant preservation after conservation in lactated Ringer´s solution

ARGOS SOARES DE MATOS FILHO; ANDY PETROIANU; VALBERT NASCIMENTO CARDOSO; PAULA VIEIRA TEIXEIRA VIDIGAL;
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  • Published: 15 Feb 2018
  • Publisher: Colégio Brasileiro de Cirurgiões
Abstract
ABSTRACT Objective: to evaluate the morphology and function of autogenous splenic tissue implanted in the greater omentum, 24 hours after storage in Ringer-lactate solution. Methods: we divided 35 male rats into seven groups (n=5): Group 1: no splenectomy; Group 2: total splenectomy without implant; Group 3: total splenectomy and immediate autogenous implant; Group 4: total splenectomy, preservation of the spleen in Ringer-lactate at room temperature, then sliced and implanted; Group 5: total splenectomy, spleen sliced and preserved in Ringer-lactate at room temperature before implantation; Group 6: total splenectomy with preservation of the spleen in Ringer-lac...
Subjects
free text keywords: Spleen, Implants, Experimental, Trauma and Stressor Related Disorders, Organ Preservation, Baço, Implantes Experimentais, Redução do Dano, Preservação de Órgãos, Surgery, RD1-811
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