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《The Journal of Bone and Joint Injury》 2001-01
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The Changes of Peripheral Blood Lymphcyte Subuts in the Patients with Cervical Cord Injuries and their Clinical Significances

Gou Sanhuai,Yang Lili,Li Li.Department of Orthopedics,Changzheng Hospital,Shanghai 200003.  
Objective To investigate the effect of the CCI in the peripheral blood lymphcyet (PBL) subsets in patients with acute cervical cord injuries( CCI) Methods The PBL subsets were determined by immunofluorense labelling and flow cytometry in 20 cases of acute cervical cord injuries, and the data were compared with those in the healthy donors Results It was found that the CD 3 , CD 4 cells and the CD 4/CD 8 ratio were significantly lower(P0 01) in the CCI patients than those in the controls , and the CD 19 , CD 69 ,CD 56 and CD 54 cells were much higher (P0 01) in the CCI patients Conclusion The immune status of patients with acute cervical cord injuries were somewhat depressed, intercellular adhesion molecules played some role in the acute cervical cord injuries
【CateGory Index】: R651.2
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