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Hemorhoelogical status during periodontitis and without thyroid dysfunction betwen children the age of 11-13

11 Beriashvili Sesili Davidovna

 Postdoc; Georgian David the Builder University    

Mantskava Maia Mikhailovna

Associate Prof.; Beritashvili Biomedical Experimental Center, Tbilisi

Momtselidze Nana Gogievna

 Associate Prof.; Beritashvili Biomedical Experimental Center, Tbilisi

Nikolaishvuli Marina

 Associate Prof.; Beritashvili Biomedical Experimental Center, Tbilisi

Tupinashvili Tamar Nodarovna

 Postdoc; Georgian David the Builder University, Tbilisi

Tamasidze Nino Archilovna

Postdoc; Georgian David the Builder University, Tbilisi


The rheological features of blood are mainly determined by the erythrocytes, as the volume of leukocytes is much smaller (800 times), than the number of erythrocytes and platelet (however they are numerous than erythrocytes, they are of a significantly small size). The volume of the platelet composes only 1/10 of the volume of erythrocytes. Therefore, the rheological properties of blood is determined by erythrocytes and the features of its actions (resilience, agglutination, movement, etc.) [9].


The enlargement of the thyroid gland is promoted by some harmful social and cultural habits, poor living conditions, lack of micronutrients in food, but the main role is implemented by the iodine deficiency. Compensatory response to exogenous lack of iodine in the thyroid gland is that: hyperplasia provides the secretion of the required amount of the thyroid hormone. It is also noteworthy that during the 1st and 2nd degrees of periodontitis more often hygiene, viral effects, mineral misbalance of the tooth paste and etc. are named as a main causing factors [11,12,13]. Only in the long term or in rare cases, children are prescribed thyroid test. Based on this work the adults are recommended to be provided with the thyroid examination and/or examination of rheological status, which indicates clinicians on a treatment and choosing the tactics for management. Our data will assist in the correct classification of the 1st and 2nd degrees of periodontitis, which has a fundamental significance for physiology and pathophysiology apart from the practical meaning.

All the planning and performance of the research, which will promote the reduction of the ratio of periodontitis and the monitoring of thyroid function is very important. All the above mentioned allow us to broaden our research.



1.    Carallo C., Franceschi M., Tripolino C. et al. Common carotid and bronhial artery hemodinamic alterations in periodontal disease. J. Clin. Periodontal. 2013. 40 (5), p. 431-436.






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