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Острый и хронический раневой процесс: патогенетические особенности

Аннотация

В обзоре литературы изложены современные представления о течении нормального раневого процесса, соответствующего заживлению острой раны. Даны сведения об особенностях взаимодействий клеточных и гуморальных механизмов в различные фазы раневого заживления. Представлены патогенетические различия в течение заживления хронической раны, характеризующейся дефектом в цепи одной из фаз раневого процесса. Уделено внимание описанию патологического воспаления, представляющего собой разбалансированные реакции иммунной системы в ответ на длительную персистенцию бактерий-продуцентов биопленки и являющегося отличительной чертой хронических ран.

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Ю. И. Ярец
ГУ "РНПЦ радиационной медицины и экологии человека"
Россия


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Ярец Ю.И. Острый и хронический раневой процесс: патогенетические особенности. Медико-биологические проблемы жизнедеятельности. 2016;(2):21-34.

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Yarets Y. Acute and chronic wound healing: the peculiarities of pathogenesis. Medical and Biological Problems of Life Activity. 2016;(2):21-34. (In Russ.)

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