EPIGENOMIC FACTORS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF PERITONEAL ADHESIONS
Summary. The etiology of the development of adhesive disease — the most common postoperative complication — can be determined by epigenomic disorders related to various links of resistance and immunogenetic control.
Purpose of the study. To study the epigenomic factors in the development of adhesive disease, the immune status of patients operated on in the abdominal cavity was studied. The comparison group included 55 patients with a complicated course of peritoneal commissural disease, the main group consisted of 59 patients operated on on the abdominal organs on the background of peritoneal commissural disease, the course of which was asymptomatic.
Results and its discussion. The revealed epigenomic factors associated with the risk of developing adhesive disease: belongs to an increase in the concentration of acute phase proteins - ceruloplasmin, haptoglobin, C-reactive protein, C3 fragment of the complement system proteins, changes in the expression of adhesion molecule genes (CD31 increased by 10 %, CD54 increased to 24.1 % in comparison with the comparison group — 13.25 %).
Conclusions. The results of our studies showed that patients with adhesive disease have a wide range of epigenome trigger factors. Epigenomic factors associated with the risk of developing adhesive disease include an increase in the concentration of acute phase proteins - ceruloplasmin, haptoglobin, C-reactive protein, C3 fragment of the complement system proteins, changes in the expression of adhesion molecule genes (CD31 increased by 10 %, CD54 increased to 24, 1 % compared with the comparison group - 13.25 %)
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