Review article on the study of artificially induced ovarian torsion and its effects in rat model
Ovarian torsion is thought to account for one of the major gynaecological surgical emergencies and is the fifth most common surgical emergency after ectopic pregnancy. As the prevalence of ovarian torsion going day by day, it is important to know that what are the reasons behind this disease, and if possible to avoid them. The objective of this experiment is to review pathophysiology of ovarian torsion. In this shows that, there are increase in oxidative stress markers SOD, CAT (catalase) and decrease in MDA level in ovarian tissue of I/R animal model than the control. The histopathological changes such as vascular congestion, edema, haemorrhage, and follicular degeneration were found to be increased in the I/R group compared to the control group.
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