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The changes of cell rheology after cerebral infarction using Bradford's microscope

Zhang Aihua; Wang Hongyu; Ma Liping;et al. (Depertmeut of Neurology , Hospital of Zhoukou District, Zhou Kou 466000)  
To study the blood cell hemoyheology, the mobility and deformability of red cell membrane, activity and as-sembly of platelets, the content of cholesterol crvstals and thrombus in circulation in cerebral infarction patientrs. Observing thecell hemorheological condition of the red cell, platelet, cholesterol cryitals, and active thrombus in active blood analysis withBradford's microscope (15,000 times) .The study indicates that in the ceredral infarction patients, the red cell appearedrowleax and its deformbility was poor and its membrane mobility reduced (P 0.05). In this group blood viscosity was higher,the platelet assembling rate rose and the thrombus in circulation increases more significantly than the nomal group (P 0.01).The change of membrane mobility, the raising of platelet assemble rate, the in creasing of plasma viscosity and flowing embolismare the important pathological basis of cerebral infarction . It may provide important material and practical meaning for preclud-ing, diagnosing, curing and prognosising ischmia cerebralvascular diseases.
【CateGory Index】: R743.33
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