The pathogenesis of neurodystrophy

Experimental model of parodontosis
  • É. D. Bromberg
  • O. A. Serdyukova
Morphology and Pathomorphology


In injury of the II and III trigeminal nerve branches a reversible neuro-dystrophic process develops in the parodontium of the molars in albino rats. Changes in the higher nervous activity and of the CNS trophic functions markedly disturb the compensatory mechanisms and the regulation of restorative processes. A combination of the CNS functional traumatization and injury of the trigeminal nerve branches leads to the development of an irreversible neurodystrophic process in the parodontium of rat molars, which is an experimentally reproduced parodontosis model.


Public Health Compensatory Mechanism Nervous Activity Trigeminal Nerve Restorative Process 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • É. D. Bromberg
    • 1
  • O. A. Serdyukova
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Histology and Department of Pathological PhysiologyKhar'kov Medical Stomatological InstituteKharkovUSSR

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