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Assessment the relationship between the chemical components and the fate of hepatic hydatid cyst among infected human samples

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Sarmed Mohamed Nsaif, Amany Mohamed AL-kaysi, Aimen Y. Khalid

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Int. J. Biosci.13( 5), 64-69, November 2018

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12692/ijb/13.5.64-69


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This study was designed to find the relationship between chemical component of some elements in blood serum and hepatic cyst fluids in infected patients with hepatic hydatid cyst with respect to age and gender. Twenty serum sample were collected from patients before operative and other twenty serum samples were collected from patients  after at least one year of  operation surgery (removing of hydatid cyst), microscopic examination were done and estimation of some biochemical analyses including Sodium, Potassium, Glucose and Triglyceride in blood serum of the patients. The results found that  age from (40-49) years was highly infected with hepatic  hydatid cyst  than other aged and females showed highly percentage than males, rural residence showed highly percentage than urban, the results also revealed highly concentration of Calcium, Magnesium and Potassium in patients’ serum before operation than cyst fluid. Sodium and glucose also showed highly in hepatic hydatid fluids than serum of the patients. No differences was found in the concentration of Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, and Sodium in healthy control patients serum after at least one year of operation while a significantly highly level of Triglyceride and glucose were found in serum of non healthy patients  after at least one year of operation.


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