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    N.V. Hasiuk, G.A. Yeroshenko, P.O. Maystruk


    About the author: N.V. Hasiuk, G.A. Yeroshenko, P.O. Maystruk
    Type of article Scentific article
    Annotation The paper presents the findings of the comprehensive morphological study of the oral mucosa in tobacco smokers, obtained during comprehensive and statistic cytological study. The findings specify the described changes as “dyskeratose” or “proliferative” ones, containing cytological criteria for dyskeratosis expressed by impaired keratinization of the epithelium of the anatomic site. The analysis of the proposed patterns of pathogenesis and the existence of common components at its levels, allows to consider the resulted cytological restructuring, namely, “inflammatory” type of the cytograms and “dyskeratose” as two autonomous processes in the oral mucosa induced by tobacco smoking, as well as the levels of the pathogenic mechanism at the stage of pre-tumor transformation.
    Tags mucous membrane, epithelium, cells, nucleus, cytoplasm
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    Publication of the article «World of Medicine and Biology» №4(66), 2018 year, 157-160 pages, index UDK 616.316.–091.8–092–099:613
    DOI 10.26724/2079-8334-2018-4-66-157-160