FEATURES CYTOLOGICAL CHANGES IN THE WOUND OF PATIENTS WITH PURULENT INFLAMMATORY DISEASES OF SOFT TISSUES OF DIABETES MELLITUS
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diabetes, infection, cytology of the wound process, purulent-inflammatory process

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Okhunov, A., Israilov, R., & Pulatov, U. (2019). FEATURES CYTOLOGICAL CHANGES IN THE WOUND OF PATIENTS WITH PURULENT INFLAMMATORY DISEASES OF SOFT TISSUES OF DIABETES MELLITUS. Herald of Tashkent Medical Academy, (3 (31), 120-124. Retrieved from http://www.tma-journals.uz/index.php/ttaa/article/view/68

Abstract

Objective: to study and evaluate the features of the changes in the cytological picture during the course of the wound process in patients with purulent-inflammatory diseases of soft tissues of diabetes mellitus. Material and methods: The objects of observation were 73 patients with purulent-inflammatory diseases of soft tissues of diabetes mellitus. All patients, depending on the method of treatment, were evenly divided according to nosology, sex, and age. Cytological examination was carried out on the 1st, 3rd, 7th day of treatment. Results: The microscopic pattern of smears-prints of a purulentinflammatory wound of soft tissues against of diabetes mellitus was characterized by the presence of a microbial-cell factor in combination with background elements. The main signs of an infectious purulent inflammatory process were the presence of a variety of microorganisms in the smear. In the early stages of the disease, coccal infection and polynucleolar leukocyte infiltration prevailed, and at a later date, a small number of lymphocytic cells are found in the leukocyte infiltration. It was established that there is a close relationship between the course of the wound process and the role of specific cells of the leukocyte series. Conclusion: in patients with purulent-inflammatory diseases of soft tissues against of diabetes mellitus, there was a close relationship between the course of the wound process and the role of specific cells of the leukocyte series.

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