The Prospect of Cluster Analysis’ Use to Obtain the New Scientific Results at the Example of Urotheliocytes’ Study in Experimental Diabetic Cystopathy
During the experiment on 70 adult male rats of the Wistar line the priority mechanisms of development of streptotrozotocin diabetic cystopathy were determined. It’s morphometrically and statistically proved that the imbalance of the systemic mechanisms of the functioning of the transitional epithelium of the bladder starts from the first stages of the development of diabetic cystopathy and is not restored to the end of the experiment; it is associated with a violation of the structural and functional balance between the uroletocytes of clusters 4 and 1 and clusters 2 and 3, as well as with a loss of urothelial bladder of morphological stratification.
The general pathological processes accompanying the diabetic cystopathy of a bladder development were revealed. According to the results of histological, morphometric, ultrastructural methods, biochemical studies of blood and urine, determination of water balance and cluster analysis, the main systemic and non-systemic factors that cause the development of these pathological processes were established.
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