CREATION OF THE INFORMATIONAL MODEL OF TOXIC MYOCARDITIS OCCURRED UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF PESTICIDES

Sayora Akhmedova

Abstract


Creation of productive knowledge is important whereas on the base of this knowledge we can diagnose morphologic and morphometric properties of vascular stromal tissues of myocardium under toxic myocarditis on the bases of clinical symptoms. Consequence of this is a proper therapeutic strategy that will have a life importance for the patients.


Keywords


Toxic myocarditis, pesticides, stroma-vascular structure of myocardium.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12955/emhpj.v8i2.707

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