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The effects of scolicidal agent propolis on liver and biliary tree
Background This study was designed to examine the effects of propolis on the liver and biliary system when used as a scolicidal agent. Materials and Methods Thirty Wistar–Albino rats were divided into two groups. Propolis ...
The ultrastructural research of liver in experimental obstructive jaundice and effect of honey
Background: To examine the effects of honey on oxidative stress and apoptosis in experimental obstructivejaundice model.Method: Thirty rats were divided into 3 groups: group I, sham-operated; group II, ligation and divisionof ...
Effect of honey on bacterial translocation and intestinal morphology in obstructive jaundice
AIM: To evaluate the effects of honey on bacterialtranslocation and intestinal villus histopathology inexperimental obstructive jaundice.METHODS: Thirty Wistar-Albino rats were randomlydivided into three groups each including ...
Effects of honey as a scolicidal agent on the hepatobiliary system
IM: To examine the effects of 10% diluted honey, which has been shown to be scolicidal, on the liver and biliary system and determine whether it could be used as a scolicidal agent in the presence of biliary-cystic c ...
Honey prevents hepatic damage induced by obstruction of the common bile duct
AIM: To examine the possible effects of honey supplementation on hepatic damage due to obstruction of the common bile duct in an experimental rat model. METHODS: The study was performed with 30 male rats divided into ...
Effect of propolis on oxidative stress and histomorphology of liver tissue in experimental obstructive jaundice
Background: Propolis is a natural product collected by honey bees from various plant sources. We aimed to determine the possible effects of propolis on oxidative stress and hepatocyte apoptosis in experimental obstructive ...