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Articles by Mehran Mesgari
Total Records ( 3 ) for Mehran Mesgari
  Sakineh Hajebrahimi , Leila Roshanghar , Darioush Mohajery , Mehdi Zeynali and Mehran Mesgari
  The midurethral tapes available in market to be used for incontinence therapy need further to be studied on animal models using both photo and electron-microscopy facilities. The aim of this study was to assess biomechanical and histopathologic effects of TOT, TVT and IVS and mersilene tapes implanted in rat tissue. Thirty female Wistar rats, aged 10 weeks with an average weight of 220 g were randomly allocated into 5 groups (A-E) of six animals each. Groups A-E were assigned to receive one of the four brands of tapes designed to be used in anti-incontinence surgery and the last group received a sham surgery as control. After 6 and 12 weeks, they were assessed biomechanically and histologically using both photo and electron-microscopy techniques. The rat tissue reacted differently to the types of midurethral tapes. Overall, regarding tissue compatibility, TOT and IVS are slightly better than TVT. Mersilene as a positive control showed lower compatibility and stability. TOT had base stability higher than other types.
  Daryoush Mohajeri , Ghafour Mousavi , Mehran Mesgari , Yousef Doustar and Mir Hadi Khayat Nouri
  The medicinal properties attributed to Crocus sativus L. (saffron) are extensive. The safety of saffron is important in relation to its medicinal applications. This study was performed to elucidate the possible toxic effects of ethanolic extract of Crocus sativus L. stigma on liver, kidney and some hematological parameters in rats. Wistar rats were randomly assigned into four groups of eight animals each. Group 1 was treated with ISS as control and Groups 2 to 4 were treated with extract administered daily for 2 weeks intraperitoneally in doses of 0.35, 0.70 and 1.05 g kg-1, respectively. Body weight of the animals were recorded on the first, seven and final days of the experiment. The haematological studies include total RBC count, total WBC count, Hb, %HCT, MCV, MCH and MCHC. Biochemical/serum profile studies include ALT, AST, urea, uric acid and creatinine. Tissue specimens of the liver and kidneys were subjected to histological examination using standard hematoxyline-eosin staining. The extract caused significant reductions in the Hb and HCT levels and total RBC count, although it showed any dose-dependent effect. Total WBC count showed significant dose-dependent increases in extract treated rats. Significant dose-dependent increased values of AST, ALT, urea, uric acid and creatinine were seen. Microscopically, there were mild to severe hepatic and renal tissue injuries supporting the biochemical analysis. The results indicated that extract of Crocus sativus L. stigma is toxic in high doses.
  Sakineh Hajebrahimi , Leila Roshanghar , Darioush Mohajery , Mehdi Zeynali and Mehran Mesgari
  The midurethral tapes available in market to be used for incontinence therapy need further to be studied on animal models using both photomicroscope and electron microscopy facilities. The aim of this study was to assess biomechanical and histopathologic effects of TOT, TVT and IVS and Mersilene tapes implanted in rat tissue. Thirty female Wistar rats, aged 10 weeks with an average weight of 220 g were randomly allocated into five groups (A-E) of 6 animals each. Groups A-E were assigned to receive one of the four brands of tapes designed to be used in anti-incontinence surgery and the last group received a sham surgery as control. After 6 and 12 weeks, they were assessed biomechanically and histologically using both photo microscopy and electron microscopy techniques. The rat tissue reacted differently to the types of midurethral tapes. Overall, regarding tissue compatibility, TOT and IVS are slightly better than TVT. Mersilene as a positive control showed lower compatibility and stability. TOT had base stability higher than other types.
 
 
 
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