Volume 1, December 2023, Pages 507-510

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Morphological Changes in the Colon in Burns With Acetic Acid

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Actively ongoing research into chemical burns of the digestive tract confirms the complexity of this problem and its relevance. When taking acetic acid, a burn disease of chemical etiology develops due to the local destructive effect on tissue and its resorptive effect as a hemolytic poison. The article presents an analysis of literature data on morphological changes in the colon during burns of the gastrointestinal tract with acetic acid under experimental conditions.


large intestine
acetic acid
gastrointestinal tract


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Altiev Fazliddin Fakhriddinovich. (2024). Morphological Changes in the Colon in Burns With Acetic Acid. "ONLINE - CONFERENCES&Quot; PLATFORM, 1, 507–510. Retrieved from https://papers.online-conferences.com/index.php/titfl/article/view/1620
  • Submitted
    23 January 2024
  • Revised
    23 January 2024
  • Published
    22 January 2024