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A Pathological Study of Isolated Liver Perfusion with Large Dose 5-Fu in Rats

Xing Xue; Xia Suisheng (Institule of Organ Transplantation, Tongji Medical University, Wuhan 430030)  
Isolated liver perfusion (ILP) in situ in rats using different doses of 5-Fu was performed to observe the pathological changes of the liver. The results showed that normal hepatic tissue could tolerate regional perfusion with not more than 250mg/kg of 5-Fu. The hepatic ultrastructures developed reversible changes in ILP with 150mg/kg of 5-Fu, which had no significant difference as compared with those of ILP without 5-Fu and total hepatic vascular blockage. From the above it can be seen that ILP within 5-Fu of the maximally tolerance is not likely to deteriorate ischemia-reperfusion injuries of hepatic tissues.
【CateGory Index】: R363
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