Izvestiya of Saratov University.
ISSN 1817-3020 (Print)
ISSN 2542-193X (Online)


diabetes mellitus

Optimization of Phacoemulsification in Different Forms of the Cataract in the Patients with Diabetes Mellitus

In this work, human lens pathology in different forms of the cataract was studied. Two hundred twenty patients with a cataract (220 eyes) were included in the study. Morphological, immunohystological and immunocytochemical investigations of both lens capsule and substance with antibodies to α- (α-А and α-В), β-, and γ- crystallines were carried out. Diabetic patients revealed a more pronounced expression of α- and β-B crystallin compared with a group of patients with age-related cataracts.

Applying Methods of Diffuse Light Scattering and Optical Trapping for Assessing Blood Rheological Parameters: Erythrocytes Aggregation in Diabetes Mellitus

Background and Objectives: Aggregation parameters of blood characterize red blood cells interaction processes which play a major role in the microcirculation regulation. It was shown that these parameters are significantly different in case of Diabetes Mellitus (DM) and therefore can be proposed as a novel parameter of the disease state and therapy efficiency.

Optical Study of Blood Rheological Properties for Krushinsky – Molodkina Strain Rats with Diabetes Mellitus and Acute Disturbances of the Cerebral Circulation

Background and Objectives: The aim of the study was to assess the hemorheological parameters for rats with experimental diabetes and acute disturbances of the cerebral circulation. Materials and Methods: For modeling of the acute cerebral circulation disturbances (ACCD) the epilepsy-prone rats of Krushinsky–Molodkina strain were used. During the application of the specifically elaborated standard procedure of sound stimulation a strong sound impact leads to ACCD predominantly of the hemorrhagic type.

Investigation of «Erythrocyte – Plasma» Complex in Native Human Blood Slide Using WhiteLight FullField Microinterferometry

Morphofunctional properties of erythrocytes in native blood slide of coronary heart disease patients are investigated using white light fullfield microinterferometry. Three dimensional images and surface profiles of complex «single RBC – surrounding blood plasma» are shown. Dynamic of slope angle of the plasma near the RBC during standardized intravenous glucose load is explored. The dynamic of patients with coronary heart disease is compared with one of patients with coronary heart disease and diabetes mellitus.