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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.42.2014.tde-03062014-155359
Document
Author
Full name
Fernando José Dias
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2014
Supervisor
Committee
Watanabe, Ii Sei (President)
Dagli, Maria Lucia Zaidan
Fazan, Valeria Paula Sassoli
Iyomasa, Mamie Mizusaki
Lacchini, Silvia
Title in Portuguese
Efeito do laser de baixa intensidade e da proteína purificada do látex natural (Hevea brasiliensis) sobre a lesão por esmagamento do nervo isquiático de ratos wistar: estudo morfológico, imunohistoquímico e ultraestrutural.
Keywords in Portuguese
Anatomia e histologia
Hevea
Imunohistoquímica
Terapia a laser de baixa intensidade
Traumatismos dos nervos periféricos
Ultraestrutura
Abstract in Portuguese
Esse estudo avaliou o laser de baixa intensidade (LBI-15J/cm2, 780nm) e a proteína do látex (P1; 0,1%) no esmagamento (15Kgf, axonotmese) do nervo isquiático de ratos Wistar. Grupos: GI-controle; GII-exposto; GIII-lesado; GIV-LBI; GV-P1; GVI-LBI e P1. Após 4 e 8 semanas realizou-se as análises morfológica, morfométrica, imunohistoquímica (VEGF e NGF) e ultraestrutural. Houve melhora com os tratamentos propostos. Após 4 semanas não foi possível eleger o melhor tratamento; após 8 semanas os animais que receberam a P1 associada ou não ao LBI apresentaram mais capilares e fibras nervosas mais organizadas. Após 4 semanas as expressões do NGF e VEGF estavam elevadas nos GIII, GIV e GVI e após 8 semanas elas estavam diminuídas. As características dos grupos lesados eram mais próximos dos controles após 8 semanas, revelando tempo-dependência; ainda nesse período a P1 apresentou melhor recuperação, pois o LBI não alcançou os mesmos resultados, e a associação dos tratamentos não potencializado a recuperação, sugerindo que a melhora observada nesse caso se refere à P1.
Title in English
Effect of low-level laser and the protein purified from natural latex (Hevea brasiliensis) on crush injury of the sciatic nerve in rats: morphologic, immunohistochemical and ultrastructural study.
Keywords in English
Anatomy and histology
Hevea
Immunohistochemistry
Low-level laser therapy
Peripheral nerve injuries
Ultrastructure
Abstract in English
This study evaluated the low intensity laser (LBI-15J/cm2, 780nm) and latex protein (P1, 0.1%) in the crush (15 kgf, axonotmesis) of the sciatic nerve in rats. Groups: GIcontrol; GIIexposed; GIII-injured; GIV-LBI; GV-P1; GVI-LBI and P1. After 4 and 8 weeks were performed morphological, morphometric, immunohistochemical (VEGF and NGF) and ultrastructural analysis. There was improvement with the proposed treatments. After 4 weeks has not been possible to choose the best treatment, after 8 weeks, the animals that received the P1 associated or not to LBI had more capillaries and more organized nerve fibers. After 4 weeks the expressions of NGF and VEGF were higher in GIII, GIV and GVI and after 8 weeks they were decreased. The characteristics of the injured groups were closer to control after 8 weeks, revealing time-dependence, even in this period P1 showed better recovery because the LBI did not achieve the same results, and the association of treatments did not enhanced this recovery, suggesting that the improvement observed in this case refers to P1.
 
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2014-06-06
 
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