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Journal :   Research Journal of Pharmacy and Technology

Volume No. :   10

Issue No. :  3

Year :  2017

Pages :   733-738

ISSN Print :  0974-3618

ISSN Online :  0974-360X


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Influence of Heliogeomagnetic Factors on the Thymus Gland Prenatal Formation



Address:   S.M. Chibisov1, M. V. Abramova1, M.L. Blagonravov1, J.V. Voropaeva2, S.A. Meladze2, S.P. Syatkin1, E.V. Neborak1, I.P. Smirnova1, G.I. Myandina1, V.I. Kuznetsov1
1RUDN University, Russia
2Research Clinical Pediatric Pirogov Institute GBOU VPO of the Ministry of Health of Russia, Moscow
*Corresponding Author
DOI No: 10.5958/0974-360X.2017.00137.8

ABSTRACT:
Currently there is no consensus about the etiology and pathogenesis of the conditions, manifested by a persistent increase in the thymus gland. A retrospective long-controlled study conducted on the basis of computer monitoring clinical examination of children discrete ages to test hypothesis about the sensitivity of the thymus gland during embryogenesis to heliogeomagnetic fluctuations (magnetic storms). The results showed that children with a persistent increase in the thymus and in healthy children during ontogeny (embryogenesis) geomagnetic conditions significantly different. It is assumed that the low level of geomagnetic activity during the final formation of all areas of the thymus (emigration of T-lymphocytes, check their peripheral lymphoid organs and in the period of active growth of the parenchyma of the thymus) may be a risk factor for persistent hyperplasia of thymus. The data obtained do not contradict the idea that developing structures required a certain optimum level cosmophysical impact.
KEYWORDS:
Children, the thymus gland, thymus, timomegalia, solar activity, heliogeomagnetic activity, heliogeomagnetic indexes, critical periods of embryogenesis, fetal development, prenatal development, gestational periods.
Cite:
S.M. Chibisov, M. V. Abramova, M.L. Blagonravov, J.V. Voropaeva, S.A. Meladze, S.P. Syatkin, E.V. Neborak, I.P. Smirnova, G.I. Myandina, V.I. Kuznetsov. Influence of Heliogeomagnetic Factors on the Thymus Gland Prenatal Formation. Research J. Pharm. and Tech. 2017; 10(3): 733-738.
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