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[The effect of runihol and exogenous S-adenosyl-L-methionine on the morphological pattern of the liver upon hepatotoxic exposure to reserve-series antituberculous drugs].


PMID 23342661

Abstract

Experiments on 160 male albino outbred rats investigated the hepatoprotective activity of S-adenosyl-L-methionine (SAM) and runihol in liver damage caused by subtoxic doses of reserve-series antituberculous drugs (ATD) (PASA, cycloserine, prothionamide) and their combination. It was established that a combination of ATDs had the maximum hepatotoxic activity, cycloserine had the least. There was evidence that SAM versus runihol had a more pronounced ability to correct ATD-induced evolving cytolysis syndrome. Histological study indicated that SAM and runihol also showed a marked hepatoprotective effect. When added to PASA, prothionamide, or a combination of ATDs, both drugs promoted recovery of the hepatic architectonics and a reduction in the prevalence of albuminous dystrophy. The use of SAM additionally led to activation of alterative processes in the hepatic parenchyma.

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