DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/1997-2938.1.36.2018.133003

Immunohistochemical examination of soft tissues in the area of the foreign body of gunshot origin in different time after injury

Yu.V. Podolyan, I.I. Yakovtsova, S.V. Danilyuk, V.A. Belenky, V.V. Negoduiko

Abstract


The article analyzes the data of immunohistochemical examination of soft tissues in the area of the foreign body after gunshot wounds at different time. Histological changes in the capsule of the foreign body were detailed with the help of chronic inflammation markers, the formation of pathological type of collagen and endothelial cells. The features of regeneration in connective tissue structures of the capsule of the foreign body are shown.

Keywords


immunohistochemical examination; soft tissues; gunshot wound; foreign body

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