MICROVESSEL OF LIVER AND BRAIN AT CHRONIC STRESS

N. S. Kukurtsyan, G. R. Karapetyan, G. A. Kevorkian, N. S. Alchujyan, Zh. E. Harutyunyan, N. H. Movsesyan, Zh. R. Alaverdyan

Abstract


The system of microcirculation is the first link that is involved in pathological process at different extremely situations. Stress is followed with disturbance of microcirculation, development of organs' hypoxia and oxidative stress. The aim of this study is to show the type of angiogenesis in liver and brain at chronic variable physical stressors influence. In this study the influence of different stressors such as forced swimming inhalation, restraint stress, cold stress, orthostatic shock and food deprivation on the microcirculatory stream of liver and brain was observed. After carrying out investigation of semi thin epoxide sections of liver and brain, stained by Azur 2 by our method (Kukurtchyan N.S., Karapetyan G.R., Patent Republic of Armenia, 2014) morphological proof of changes of microvessels at chronic stress was received. So CVS influences on reorganization of blood vessels of liver and brain and it causes angiogenesis of lever sinusoids and brain capillaries.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17628/ecb.2016.5.104-107

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