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Parathyroid gland dysfunction and blood rheological changes in adolescents



56 M. Mantskava, S. Beriashvili,

N. Momtselidze, S. Zenaishvili,

M. Nikolaishvili, T. Tupinashvili,

I. Vashakidze.

 

Beritashvili Biomedical Experimental Center,

Georgian David the Builder University.

The thyroid gland disorders are the contributing factors to the development of periodontitis. Despite the lack of works, discussing the hemoreological and calcium, phosphorus homeostasis disorders, resulting in the destruction of the tooth hard tissue mineralization, their authors confirm the unity of the microcirculation disorders and thyroid dysfunction. Our data also confirm this statement. We believe that the imbalance, caused by parathormone, leads to microcirculation disturbances not only locally, but also to all organs and tissues.

 

 

 


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