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Vol. 9, Issue 6 (2020)

Immuno correction of post-traumatic inflammatory complications in patients with fractures of the lower jaw

Author(s):
Rakhimov Zokir Kayumovich
Abstract:
Purulent-inflammatory complications of fractures of the lower jaw are among the most common pathologies of surgical dentistry and are distinguished by such clinical features as an inclination to chronicity, development of the spastic process, and the formation of purulent formations. Numerous studies conducted over the past decades have clearly shown that the clinical course of inflammatory disease and the state of reparative processes are significantly influenced by such mechanisms of regulation of immune reactions as the function of immune-competent cells, the production of certain cytokines, the level of production of pathogenic immune complexes and adhesive molecules. The author conducted a study to study the effect of local immuno corrective therapy on some indicators of the immune status in patients with fractures of the lower jaw (FLJ). In case of fractures of the lower jaw (FLJ), the frequency of postoperative complications, despite the use of modern preventive measures, does not decrease, amounting to 5.5-14.1% of all complications in this disease. It has been shown that traumatic osteomyelitis of the lower jaw develops with low immunological reactivity of the body. The task of developing new effective ways to influence the infectious process, in particular, methods of stimulating local and general immunity, remains urgent.
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How to cite this article:
Rakhimov Zokir Kayumovich. Immuno correction of post-traumatic inflammatory complications in patients with fractures of the lower jaw. Pharma Innovation 2020;9(6):592-594.

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