HA,PCⅢ,CⅣ and PLD in the serum from 225 pa-tients with all type of liver disease were measured by ELISA and biochemistry colorimetry and analyzed their relationshipwith the pathological inflammation-grade and fibrosis-stage of liver biopsy tissues.
In order to study the changes of neuroendocrine(NE)cells in chronic atrophic gastritis A type(CAG-A) and B type(CAG-B),a morphometric and immunohistochemical study of gastric mucosal biopsy specimens was carried out in 10 cases of normal gastric mucosa,18 cases of CAG-A and 24 cases of CAG-B with 9 kinds of antibodies agaist chromogranin A,gastin,somatostatin,serotonin,histamine,pancreatic polypeptide,HCC,ACTH and glucagon.
To explore the status of apoptosis of Helicobacter pylori associated gastric diseases, and to reveal the relationship between HP and gastric carcinoma as well as the possible carcinogenic mechanism by HP. total 130 gastric mucosal biopsy specimens were studied by using DNA nick end labelling technique.
METHODS: Mucosal biopsy samples were obtained by colonoscopy from the descending colon and rectum of 77 patients (n = 21 and 52, for PI-IBS and non- PI-IBS, respectively) and 30 controls. The expression of SP, IL-2, and IFN-γ were determined by immunohistochemistry.
Attempts were also made for the detection of cagA,vacA,iceA andtheir relationship in each other. Methods:A total of 138 Hp strains was isolated from gastric biopsy samples of 47patients with chronic superficial gastritis,22 patients with chronic atrophic gastritis,49patients with peptic ulcer and 20 patients with gastric carcinoma.
PCR protocol was able to detected as few as l0HP cells,oligonucleotide probe hybridization increase the sensitivity to a single onecell. 100 clinical human gastric biopsy samples were analyzing using PCR the positivepercentage is 82%,whereas urea hydrolysis test,smear,culture are 68%,46%,18%pisitive respectivey.
This study was histopathologically to determine the effect of helicobacter pyloris(HP) on the acid secretion. The relationship between the gastric metaplasia(GM) and the infecting location, inflammtory severity and atrophy of the chronic gastritis with HP infection was examined in the 231 cases gastric and duodenal biopsy samples.
Changes in the human heart muscle resulting from chronic coronary insufficiency have been analyzed using biopsies taken during surgery from nine patients with ischemic heart disease (IHD) and six patients with the WPW syndrome (without IHD).
Six months after myoblast transplantation the presence of donor DNA or dystrophin synthesis was demonstrated in muscle biopsies of three out of four patients.
Gastric biopsies from sixty-nine patients admitted to Haydarpasa Training Hospital Department of Gastroenterology were evaluated for rapid urease, HP isolation and examined histopathologically.
We examined primary explant tissue cultures derived from 70 adult human brain biopsies.
Despite major advances in diagnostic procedures such as examination of myocardial biopsies, the etiology remains unknown in many patients.
The immunohistological analysis of the endomyocardial biopsy specimens revealed pathologically increased lymphocytic infiltrates and increased expression of interstitial and endothelial MHC I and II antigens.
Biopsy specimens were examined with the light and electron microscope.
Fibrillar astrocytomas in man, as studied in biopsy specimens from the cerebral hemispheres in two cases, reveal uniform distribution and isomorphic fine structure of the tumor cells.
44 biopsy specimens from cases with muscular dystrophy or myositis were evaluated applying schematic criteria to facilitate differential diagnosis.
Biopsy specimens of 15 cases of Morton's metatarsalgia of varible durations of illness were examined neurohistologically.