Acute necrotizing pancreatitis in the guinea pig
The effect of chlorophylla on experimental acute pancreatitis in guinea pigs was investigated. Pancreatitis was induced by intrapancreatic infiltration of a sodium taurocholate solution. Animals treated with intrapancreatic or intraperitoneal injections of chlorophylla showed higher survival rate than untreated controls.
KeywordsPublic Health Sodium Survival Rate Pancreatitis Chlorophylla
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